On Sunday April 26, Rabbi Harold Kushner, acclaimed author and lecturer will discuss “Living a Life That Matters,” in an interfaith seminar at Temple Emanuel, Springdale & Kresson roads, in Cherry Hill.
Rabbi Kushner is a captivating speaker with uplifting messages about life and work that inspire us to get more involved in the world and in our own lives.
Sympathetic, anecdotal and commonsensical, Rabbi Kushner’s work rejuvenates the human spirit, comforts the soul and guides us toward lives and choices that mean something.
In his talks and through his writings, Rabbi Kushner discusses loss, grief, crises of faith — the moral and spiritual complications of ordinary life — with the incomparable warmth and wisdom that has turned his book, “When Bad Things Happen to Good People” into an international bestseller.
Rabbi Kushner’s books and talks combine compassion with deep and straightforward wisdom in a healing voice that’s genuinely attuned to our times.
Tickets are $18 for general admission and $10 for students. Preferred seating is available for $36 per person.
Sponsorships are still available and include entry to a meet and greet reception with Rabbi Kushner and Tracy Davidson of NBC 10 News. To reserve your tickets, contact Hollace Friedman at 489–0029 ext. 18. Tickets will also be available at the door.