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Rabbi Arielle Rosenberg's Installation March 9-10, 2018
Project for Shir Tikvah Congregation

The Board of Trustees of Shir Tikvah Congregation invites you to join us for this weekend of celebration

The Board of Trustees of Shir Tikvah Congregation invites you to join us for the Installation Service and weekend celebration for Rabbi Arielle Rosenberg.

We are delighted to be joined by Rabbi Rolando Matalon of B’nai Jeshurun in New York City, who will lead the Installation D’var Torah on Friday, and joining Rabbi Rosenberg in concert on Saturday evening.

Schedule of Events

  • Friday,March 9 at 6:30pm - Installation Service featuring guest speaker, Rabbi Rolando Matalon
  • Saturday, March10 at 7:00pm - Concert, dessert and Havdalah with Rabbis Rosenberg and Matalon, with Dan Nadel, guitarist and Satoshi Takeishi, percussion.

Suggested Donation: $36, $54 or $180 to the Music Fund or Rabbi Rosenberg's Discretionary Fund

Together, the entire congregation will celebrate our history, our vision and our future. Be part of this vibrant weekend as we move forward together in our sacred relationship through a deep commitment to Torah study, robust worship, song, community connection and social action.

About our special guest:  José Rolando Matalon, B’nai Jeshurun’s (NYC) Senior Rabbi, was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and was educated in Buenos Aires, Montreal, Jerusalem, and New York City. He was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1986. He serves on a number of boards, including the Advisory Board of T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights, the Advisory Board of Beit Tefillah Israeli-Tel Aviv, and the Leadership Council of Habitat for Humanity. He has received awards from the New York Board of Rabbis, the Jewish Peace   Fellowship, the New Israel Fund, and T’ruah. A student of Arabic and Turkish music, he plays the ‘ud (Arabic lute). Rabbi Matalon is married and has two daughters.

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