Next Saturday evening, Feb. 4, the North Jersey Board of Rabbis will present “Sweet Tastes of Torah III.” On this night, people from all across northern New Jersey will come together to study topics of Jewish interest as taught by our community’s talented and knowledgeable rabbis. Among the offerings this year are: “Do you believe in magic: What happens when the demons all go away?”; “Anti-Semitism: The sound of silence”; “Let me behold your presence: How do we relate to God?”; “Lost in translation: Issues in translating the Bible”; and “Made by hand: the concept of personal touch in Jewish religious and social life.”
If you attended either or both of the two previous “Sweet Tastes” evenings, you surely know what an amazing experience it is and why it is you should attend again this year. If you have never attended, let this be the year you give it a try.
“Sweet Tastes of Torah” proves that Jewish learning can be fun, as well as informative. For more information, go to www.jfnnj.org/page.aspx?id=210525.