Spring Lecture Series with Rabbi Tali Adler
Mondays, April 26-May 10
8:00-9:00 PM Eastern
In this 3-part series, we will let Torah be our companion as we think and feel our way through the complexities of reopening and reemerging into our social worlds. What rituals in our tradition can accompany us in meeting a relative or friend for the first time after a year? How can stories of reunion in the Torah and Talmud help us navigate the intense emotions of reentering relationships? How do we rebuild our communal spaces of gathering and prayer after a period of absence?
Our sessions will draw from a rich range of Jewish texts and traditions - ritual, halakhah, narrative, midrash - as we do our best to ready ourselves for the highs, lows, and unknowns of the next phase of this journey.
Rabbi Tali Adler, a musmekhet of Yeshivat Maharat, received her undergraduate degree from Stern College, where she majored in Political Science and Jewish Studies. A Wexner Graduate Fellow, during her time at Yeshivat Maharat, Tali served as the clergy intern at Kehilat Rayim Ahuvim and Harvard Hillel. Tali has studied in a number of Jewish institutions, including Drisha and Midreshet Harova.