Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, tonight and tomorrow at Etz Chaim in KGH

It is via live broadcast from Toronto, and is free.

Here are the details:
Torah in Motion is pleased to present a unique and wonderful opportunity to your synagogue; two live broadcasts of Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, as he addresses the Toronto Jewish community.

On Wednesday November 2nd, 8:00pm, Rabbi Sacks will be in conversation with Dr. Elliott Malamet, co-founder of Torah in Motion, discussing his vision of how Jews and Judaism should relate to the challenges of modernity in today’s world.

Rabbi Sacks will be introduced by the 
Hon. Prof. Irwin Cotler, Member of Parliament for Mount Royal, former Minister of Justice & Attorney General of Canada and International Human Rights Advocate.

On Thursday November 3rd, at 7:30pm Rabbi Sacks will be joined by Professor Charles Taylor, Professor of Philosophy at McGill University and winner of the prestigious Templeton prize amongst his many awards. See his complete bio at These two prominent thinkers will engage in a fascinating discussion: “The Future of Religion in a Secular Age”.


M said...

"It is via live broadcast from Toronto, and is free."

Looks like the two broadcasts are actually $10 each, according to the Torah in Motion website:

joshwaxman said...

At Etz Chaim in KGH, it is free. If one donates $10+ there, then you get something like a month of Torah in Motion plus mp3s of the talks.

Thus, from the email I received:

Admission is free. Becoming a supporter for $10 or more entitles you to an mp3 recording of the event and a month of free downloads from the Torah in Motion Library.


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