Rabbi Rami Shapiro - Our Second Program of 2018 - March 16-17

Rabbi Rami Shapiro Presents Perennial Wisdom and Cup of Wisdom

Friday, March 16: 5:30 pm potluck dinner; 6:30 - 8:00 pm presentation 
Saturday, March 17: 8:30 am complimentary continental breakfast; 9:00 - 10:30 am, presentation and QA
In Adshead Hall (lower level of Fletcher House on the Uplands Village Campus)
86A Church Dr, Pleasant Hill, 38578, (just off Main St. across from Pleasant Hill Elementary School)

Note: If you plan to attend the potluck supper before the presentation, don’t forget to bring your own table setting:plates, cups and cutlery! Those who don’t choose to attend the supper are more than welcome to come just for the program that begins at 6:30

Rabbi Rami has led workshops around the world. He is a witty, insightful, and engaging presenter. He is the editor of The World Wisdom Bible: A New Testament for a Global Spirituality.
Friday evening’s program, Perennial Wisdom, will look at the four points of the perennial wisdom at the mystic heart of each of the world's religions.

Saturday morning’s program, A Cup of Wisdom ​, presents a single premise: that conversation can be transformational and is a powerful platform for cultivating inclusion, love, and understanding.          

Rabbi Rami Shapiro earned rabbinic ordination from the Hebrew Union College– Jewish Institute of Religion, and a Phd in religion from Union Graduate School; he served as a chaplain with the USAF for 3 years; led Temple Beth Or in Miami, FL for 20; taught religious studies at Middle Tennessee State University for 10; and published over thirty books on religion and spirituality. He currently guides the One River Foundation, writes the Roadside Assistance for the Spiritual Traveler ​ column for Spirituality & Health magazine, and hosts the magazine’s weekly radio show, Essential Conversations with Rabbi Rami .

Spring Semester 2018 Short Courses
Click on the course title for more information and registration forms.  Space is limited, please register early

Leader: Ed Olson, PhD. Explore the synchronicity and mystery of the emerging common between science and spirituality. Meet weekly for five weeks on Tuesday mornings from 10:00 am - 11:15 am in Rm 1, Pleasant Hill Community Church. Materials provided. Ed Olson’s book Keep the Bathwater: Emergence of the Sacred in Science and Religion ​ is optional ($10.00)

Leader: Don Smith, BA in History, MDiv in Theology and Philosophy. Explore the questions “What counts as ​being free​? What (if anything) makes a person unique?” and more. Meet weekly for six weeks on Friday mornings from 10:00 am ​ ​to 11:00 am in Rm 1, Pleasant Hill Community Church. Jean-Paul Sartre’s 1946 lecture, ​Existentialism is Humanism​, will be provided.

April 17 - May 22: Exploring Big Ideas in Short Stories.
Leader: Holly McClain, BA. Explore, interpret, and evaluate challenging ideas presented in short stories working individually and as a group. Meet weekly for six weeks on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm in Rm 1, Pleasant Hill Community Church. Materials provided.

May 18 - June 8: Communication in Relationships (Personal, Social, Workplace)
Leader: Vicky Markham. Examine relationships from humanistic/emotional and scientific/neurobiological points of view. Meet weekly for 4 weeks on Friday mornings from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm in Rm 1, Pleasant Hill Community Church. Materials provided.

Courses are $20 ($10 per course for those who have a 2018 Shalom membership). To register for any of these courses, you may obtain a Course Registration Form at the Pleasant Hill Community Church, on the Uplands information porch at Heritage, at ​http://www.shalomcenterpleasanthill.com, by emailing ​shalomcenterpleasanthill@gmail.com, or calling President Don Dowdey at (931) 277-3033.

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