Sunday Service Feb 16


“Each one of the major faiths … has at its core the ethic of compassion.”
– Karen Armstrong
For the next four months, one Sunday each month, the Compassion Series will explore the key value of Compassion from the viewpoint of one of four major world religions: Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Hinduism.

In the Pulpit: Rebbetzin Bonita Sussman

Rebbetzin Sussman, of Temple Emmanu–El in Port Richmond, is active in interfaith dialogue, works both as a geriatric care manager for the JCC of Staten Island and as a professional volunteer, and serves as editor of the Jewish Voice of Staten Island, co-chair of the borough’s Israel Bonds Campaign, and Vice President of Kulanu, for whom, with her husband Rabbi Gerald Sussman, she coordinates the Bene Ephraim community in India.  They recently taught and consulted in Cameroon with the emerging Beth Yeshourun community.

All are welcome.
Service begins 10:45 a.m.
Nursery, Toddler Care, Sunday School.
312 Fillmore Street at Clinton Ave, one block east of Snug Harbor.


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