How Have Jewish Values Influenced Politics?

Bonai ShalomThis Friday night, January 4th, Bonai Shalom hosts a lively panel and discussion when several members of the Colorado House of Representatives — our own Jonathan Singer (HD 11), plus Paul Rosenthal (HD 9) and others – reflect on how their political activism was influenced by their Jewish values and backgrounds (the decision to become involved in politics, the key issues they’ve addressed, and the positions they’ve taken), and how their political activism has influenced their connection to Judaism.

Services begin at 5:30 PM, dinner at 6:45 PM (please note change in times). Reservations for this dinner must be made in advance to info@bonaishalom.org. Dinner is $15 per adult, $12 per child (under 13 years old), $50 maximum per family. If you would like wine with your dinner, it is BYOB (Kosher only. Please label your wine with your name unless you plan to share.). 1527 Cherryvale Road, Boulder.

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