Exploring Faiths Introduction to Judaism

 The world is getting smaller yet at the same time the people seem to be growing apart. Therefore we want to give representatives of the Christian, Jewish, Hindu and Baha'i, among others, communities the opportunity to educate our community about the richness of their faith traditions.


"Exploring Faiths" aims to bring people from different faith backgrounds together in harmony and overcome stereotypes between people of different religions.

Introduction to Judaism with Rabbi Laurence Rosenthal, a lecture for anyone interested in exploring principles and practices of Judaism.


Program flow

6:30 - 7:00 pm    Reception, (Light dinner will be served, R.s.v.p. required*)

7:00 - 7:10 pm    Welcome and introduction

7:10 - 7:50 pm    Lecture

7:50 - 8:05 pm    Q&A session

8:10 - 8:15  pm     Wrap - up


Rabbi Laurence Rosenthal grew up in Los Angeles.  As the youngest of three children and the son of physicians, Laurence learned the importance of education from the example set by his older siblings and parents.  However, his interest did not remain in textbooks.  Laurence spent much of his youth involved in the arts, beginning as a performing magician in his late adolescence and early teen-age years, continuing on to music as a drummer and guitarist in his late teens and early twenties playing in bands around Los Angeles and studio work.   to read more please click here 
This is a free event open to public, your registration is required to reserve your seat. Space is limited.

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