Two thought-provoking seminars led by Rabbi Adam Chalom, dynamic young leader of the Humanistic Jewish movement in North America. Rabbi Chalom will discuss how Jews must adapt to the challenges of this rapidly changing technological American society we live in. What does it mean t be Jewish, do Jewish, and continue to identify as Jewish in the 21st Century? All Jewish denominations are grappling with this situation and Humanistic Judaism may provide some innovative ideas for people trying to adapt in this modern age.
Rabbi Adam Chalom, Ph.D. is Dean of the International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism in North America which is located in Chicago, Illinois. The IISHJ trains all the rabbis, madrikhas (leaders) and spokespeople for the Society for Humanistic Judaism in the United States and Canada.
Sponsor: Kahal Am, Humanistic Jewish Community of San Diego and the International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism