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Ayelet Gundar-Goshen’s discussion will focus on her critically acclaimed third novel, The Liar, which is a satirical exploration of the ways that society fuels gossip and the nature of lies and truth telling in the #MeToo era.
Please join us after the talk for Selichot Service at 8:00 pm in the Waller Chapel. Selichot (translated as forgiveness) is a service that helps us prepare our hearts and our souls for the Days of Awe.
Join The Temple as we join the Muslim-Jewish Alliance for Hunger Relief Team in this great opportunity to come together as a community to make a positive change in the Louisville community and beyond.
Lillian O. Seligman was a past president of the Jewish Family & Career Services Board of Directors, and she continued to have an active interest in the growth of JFCS services throughout the years. The Contemporary Thought Forum Series will offer the community a wonderful opportunity to celebrate Lillian’s love of learning with thought-provoking, entertaining programming.
The WRJ/Sisterhood Book Club hopes you can join us on Friday, September 27, at 10:00 am in the Fishman Library to discuss A Woman is No Man by Etaf Rum. Goodreads says, “This debut novel by an Arab-American voice takes us inside the lives of conservative Arab women living in America.”