Sunday, April 10
A long-time interfaith ally, Rabbi Sharon Brous is a founding member of IKAR (Hebrew for “essence”) — described as “a laboratory for bold, imaginative Jewish practice that is rooted in a deep commitment to social justice” — which has quickly become one of the fastest growing Jewish communities in the country.
Recognized as “the nation’s most influential rabbi” by Newsweek/The Daily Beast in 2013 Rabbi Brous offered the blessing at the second Obama/Biden Inaugural National Prayer Service and she is a much sought after guest by everyone from Krista Tippet’s “On Being”to PBS’s Religion & Ethics Weekly.
We are looking forward to welcoming Rabbi Brous to All Saints as our preacher and Rector’s Forum speaker: part of our ongoing work of learning from and being inspired by interfaith allies working to make God’s love, justice and compassion tangible in the world.
Join us on Sunday, April 10th. Rabbi Brous will speak in the Forum at All Saints Church beginning at 10:15 a.m. and preach at the 11:15 service.
If you need directions to All Saints, visit our website.
If you can’t be here in person, join our online streaming community and live-stream the Forum and 11:15 service.
For more information call 626.796.1172.