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A Biblical Cover-Up
Rabbi Charles E. Savenor, Director of Kehilla Enrichment for the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
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Parents, like leaders, are imperfect beings. Rabbi Charles Savenor argues that there’s a reason for this: the Jewish sages don’t want you to know.
DATE POSTED:  06-01-2014 MORE ABOUT THE TALK

Parents, like leaders, are imperfect beings. While the Torah tells us much of the life of Moses, and of his challenges as a leader, we know very little about his family life - including the unexpected profession of his grandson. Rabbi Charles Savenor argues that there’s a reason for this: the Jewish sages don’t want you to know.

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BE INSPIRED
Parents, like leaders, are imperfect beings. Rabbi Charles Savenor argues that there’s a reason for this: the Jewish sages don’t want you to know.
ABOUT THE TALK

Parents, like leaders, are imperfect beings. While the Torah tells us much of the life of Moses, and of his challenges as a leader, we know very little about his family life - including the unexpected profession of his grandson. Rabbi Charles Savenor argues that there’s a reason for this: the Jewish sages don’t want you to know.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Rabbi Charles E. Savenor serves as the Director of Kehilla Enrichment for the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ). He also served as the lead programmer for the Centennial Celebration in October, 2013.   Before this position, he worked as the Executive Director of the Metropolitan New York District (METNY) of United Synagogue. Rabbi Savenor worked for seven years as the Associate Dean and Director of Admissions of The Rabbinical School of the Jewish Theological Seminary, and for five years as the Associate Rabbi of the Anshe Emet Synagogue in Chicago. He has written articles that have appeared in “Hadassah Magazine,” “The Jewish Week,” “EJewishPhilanthropy.com“, and “CJ Magazine.” Moreover, Rabbi Savenor blogs on parenting at www.familyinorbit.com and www.kveller.com. In addition, he serves as a volunteer fund raiser for Lone Soldiers in the Israeli Defense Forces.  A former USY International President in 1987, Rabbi Savenor was recently honored with the USY Alumni Award in December 2012.

 
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MEET Rabbi Charles E. Savenor

Rabbi Charles E. Savenor serves as the Director of Kehilla Enrichment for the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ). He also served as the lead programmer for the Centennial Celebration in October, 2013.   Before this position, he worked as the Executive Director of the Metropolitan New York District (METNY) of United Synagogue. Rabbi Savenor worked for seven years as the Associate Dean and Director of Admissions of The Rabbinical School of the Jewish Theological Seminary, and for five years as the Associate Rabbi of the Anshe Emet Synagogue in Chicago. He has written articles that have appeared in “Hadassah Magazine,” “The Jewish Week,” “EJewishPhilanthropy.com“, and “CJ Magazine.” Moreover, Rabbi Savenor blogs on parenting at www.familyinorbit.com and www.kveller.com. In addition, he serves as a volunteer fund raiser for Lone Soldiers in the Israeli Defense Forces.  A former USY International President in 1987, Rabbi Savenor was recently honored with the USY Alumni Award in December 2012.

 

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