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An Evening with Rabbi Joseph Telushkin

The Rabbi William Sajowitz Endowment Fund of Temple Emanuel and South Hills Jewish Pittsburgh are excited to bring Rabbi Joseph Telushkin to the South Hills!  Joseph Telushkin, hailed by Jewish Week as “America’s rabbi,” is a renaissance figure, whose reputation extends well beyond the Jewish community.  His novel, An Eye for an Eye, became the basis for four episodes of The Practice.  The renowned historian Paul Johnson labeled Telushkin’s A Code of Jewish Ethics – winner of the 2007 National Jewish Book Award as the Book of the Year – as “the most comprehensive introduction to Jewish ethics to appear for many years.”  A penetrating speaker with the timing of a standup comic, his talks challenge even as they entertain.  One thing is certain:  you will walk out of Telushkin’s speech different than when you walked in. 

Meet & Greet at 6:30 PM with Reserved Seating  – $36 (Limited number of seats available) 

General Admission –$5 

6:30 PM - VIP Reception; 7:30 PM Lecture 

Purchase your tickets today!  Event presented in partnership with Beth El Congregation, The Carnegie Shul and JCC South Hills.

Thursday, May 10, 2018, 6:30 pm
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Upper St. Clair High School Theater
1825 McLaughlin Run Rd.
Pittsburgh , PA 15241
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