Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine, founder of the Humanistic Jewish movement will be featured in a video lecture at the North University Community Library, Saturday, June 6, at 10:30 a.m. He will explain who he developed Humanistic Judaism and how it is different from traditional Reform Judaism. Rabbi Wine was the rabbi at the Birmingham Temple in Farmington Hills, Michigan and wrote several books including: "Judaism Beyond God," "Staying Sane in a Crazy World," and "A Provocative People, a Secular History of the Jewish People." There will be a Q and A after the class.
Sponsor: Kahal Am, The Humanistic Jewish Community of San Diego