JCC of Greater Pittsburgh - Squirrel Hill
October 9, 2019
Free and open to everyone
For more information: Rabbi Ron Symons, 412-697-3235
Yom Kippur: Forgiveness and Repentance
Wednesday, October 9 • 3-4:30 PM
JCC of Greater Pittsburgh – Katz Performing Arts Center
5738 Darlington Road, Squirrel Hill
Gather on the holiest day of the year to explore the role that forgiveness and repentance have in our daily lives and in light of traumatic circumstances.
Our conversation features:
Dan Leger, Member of Congregation Dor Hadash; Retired Hospice Nurse and
Certified Clinical Chaplain; Survivor, October 27
Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre
Ivy Schamis, Social Studies Teacher; Survivor, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High
School Shooting, Parkland, FL
Moderated by Rev. Tim Smith, Community Advocate; CEO, Center of Life; Pastor, The Keystone Church of Hazelwood; Chair, Greater Hazelwood Community
- Engage in guided conversations with neighbors
- Casual attire
RSVP requested – Click HERE
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