Scholar-in-Residence Weekend Rabbi Dov Taylor Returns to Solel April 27-29, 2018 Please save the date! As the concluding program in our 60th Anniversary Celebration, Solel will honor Rabbi Emeritus, Dov Taylor’s 50th Year in the Rabbinate and welcome him as he returns for a Scholar-in-Residence Weekend, April 27-29. Topics will be announced in a forthcoming…

Please save the date! As the concluding program in our 60th Anniversary Celebration, Solel will honor Rabbi Emeritus, Dov Taylor’s 50th Year in the Rabbinate and welcome him as he returns for a Scholar-in-Residence Weekend, April 27-29. Rabbi Taylor will deliver a Shabbat evening sermon Friday, April 27th. The service will be followed by a…

L’dor Va-Dor: Coming of Age in the Modern [Multi-generational] Family We will explore the impact of extended longevity on our three-or four-generation modern mishpachas (families). What challenges does aging bring to our relationships? How can we grow deeper and wiser as we all grow older? Rabbi Dayle A. Friedman is a spiritual guide, social innovator,…

Rabbi Dayle A. Friedman is a spiritual guide, social innovator, chaplain, and scholar. Her most recent book is Jewish Wisdom for Growing Older: Finding Your Grit and Grace Beyond Midlife. Through Growing Older (www.growingolder.net), her Philadelphia-based, national practice, Rabbi Dayle offers spiritual direction for the journey beyond midlife, spiritual care for families facing frailty and dementia,…

Rabbi Dayle A. Friedman is a spiritual guide, social innovator, chaplain, and scholar. Her most recent book is Jewish Wisdom for Growing Older: Finding Your Grit and Grace Beyond Midlife. Through Growing Older (www.growingolder.net), her Philadelphia-based, national practice, Rabbi Dayle offers spiritual direction for the journey beyond midlife, spiritual care for families facing frailty and…

In 2016, Rabbi Dov Taylor invited a group of Americans to join him on a tour of Israel and Palestine. This 12-day excursion was not a sight-seeing tour, though there were plenty of sights to see. Rather, the purpose was to introduce tour members to Palestinians living in the Occupied Territories and East Jerusalem. “I…

Join Rabbi Dov Taylor as he leads our regular weekly Torah Study group.

This year’s Scholar-in-Residence begins Friday, April 28. Join us for Shabbat this week when Solel’s own Rabbi Emeritus Dov Taylor will present a sermon he has titled “That Most Glorious Pilgrimage Called Jerusalem Celestial.” Come learn how Rabbi Taylor connects this line from the Parson’s Prologue of Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales to modern Jewish life.

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