Welcome to the Gewirtzmans!
On this “Garden of Eden Shabbat” focusing on strengthening relationships in the family and community. Join us to meet:
Rabbi Kasriel and Rebbetzin Pessie Gewirtzman as they explore an opportunity with NHBZ as Young Family Engagement Coordinators.
Rabbi Gewirtzman comes to us through the Jerusalem Kollel and Yeshivas Dvar Torah with the goal of enriching the lives of Jews through education and comradeship, connecting and sharing with others, and building positive and enriching relationships. He and his wife have been actively involved in a wide range of communal endeavors including the Ner Le’lef Kiruv Training Program, Jewish Awareness Movement, JInternships, The Odyssey Israel Trips and Beth El Jewish Center in Brooklyn, New York. Rabbi Gewitrzman is also a Certified EMT who has worked with United Hatzalah and Magen David Adom, a certified Lifeguard as well as on the path to receiving his Master’s Degree in Counseling. Rebbetzin Gewirtzman, in addition to her partnership in all of these endeavors, has just completed her Masters in Speech Pathology. They have two young sons, Chaim and Shimon.
Shabbos, May 18, 2019
9:00 am Traditional Services – in the sanctuary
9:30 am Learners’ Service – in the chapel led by Rabbi Yosef David
10:15 am Starting Points – in the chapel: “Common Mistakes Smart People Make” led by Rabbi Ze’ev Smason
11:15 am – 12:15 am Garden of Eden Speakers
1. “Friendship” by Rabbi Kasriel Gewirtzman
2. “Modesty” by Mimi David (for women only)
Rabbi Gewirtzman will give a shiur (presentation) at 6:45 p.m. prior to Mincha on “Judging Favorably: Favor or Obligation?” and then speak during Shalosh Suedos after Mincha on “Emor and Omer: Making Your Days Count.” For more information, call (314) 991-2100 extension 2.