How does one live in a city that experiences everything from terrorist attacks to demonstrations against compulsory military service, from labor walkouts to illegal immigrant protests? That is what Jerusalemites often deal with on a daily basis. How are their daily lives affected? What keeps them in Jerusalem?
Amit Stern is an IDF veteran, educator, youth movement leader, attorney and Community shaliach (emissary) for Greater MetroWest Federation in partnership with the Jewish Agency for Israel. He will return to his home in Jerusalem with his wife and 2-year-old twins when his term is completed. Amit will reflect on his experiences as a Jerusalemite, share his insights on its past, present and future, and describe places most special to him.
This talk will be on Sunday, March 25, at 2 p.m. at Congregation Beth Israel, 18 Shalom Way, Scotch Plains, New Jersey. Open to the public. Light refreshments provided. A donation of $5 is suggested.
The Israel Support Committee of Central New Jersey represents Chabad of Union County, Congregation Anshe Chesed of Linden, Congregation Beth Israel of Scotch Plains, Congregation Israel of Springfield, Temple Beth El/Mekor Chayim of Cranford, Temple Beth O’r/Beth Torah of Clark, Temple Emanu-El of Westfield, Temple Sholom of Scotch Plains and Union County Torah Center—Chabad of Westfield. The committee’s mission is to disseminate information about issues affecting Israel and to provide support for the people and the state of Israel.
For questions contact Conrad Nadell at [email protected] or 908-531-8228.