Hadar DC: Home-Hosted Learning in Columbia Heights
Faith and Doubt: What Does It Mean To Believe
Many people believe that faith is the foundation of a religious life. But, what does it mean to have faith? What must we have faith in and what happens when we don’t believe? What does faith look like in a moment of crisis?
In this three part home-hosted learning series, we’ll turn to the teachings of Rabbi Kalonymous Kalman Shapira, who wrote from the Warsaw Ghetto, as an opportunity to reflect honestly about our own relationship to faith and to explore what it might mean to be a person of faith in all times but perhaps especially in moments of struggle. We encourage you to try to make it to all three but don’t let that stop you from signing up!
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This learning series is made possible through the generous support of the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington.
Rabbi Avi Strausberg is Senior Director of National Learning Initiatives at Hadar, and is based in Washington, D.C. She received her rabbinic ordination from Hebrew College in Boston, and was a Wexner Graduate Fellow.