Religious pluralism in Israel with Aklilu Dunalp, David Bernstein and Holly Brod Farber

Rabbi Yair Tobias, who had to cancel travel to the U.S., will offer his remarks by video from Israel.









Thursday, March 5, 7 pm, St. Paul JCC

Join the St. Paul Jewish Federation's Partnership2Gether (P2G) program for a timely discussion on efforts to promote pluralism in Israel from Reform and Conservative movement perspectives.


Free and open to the public.




Co-sponsored by the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas, Mount Zion Temple and Beth Jacob Congregation.

Rabbi Yair (“Yaya”) Tobias is the Reform Rabbi in the Sovev Kinneret, St. Paul's Partnership Region. Yaya was ordained in Israel and completed an M.A. in Jewish Philosophy, Talmud and Halacha at The Schechter Institute.


Aklilu Dunlap is an attorney and adjunct law professor in Minneapolis. He serves on the board of the Conservative movement's Masorti Foundation and is a member of Beth El Synagogue.


David Bernstein was a founder and director of the Jewish Agency for Israel's Partnership 2000 project. Now, he is on the professional team of the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism.


Holly Brod Farber is co-director of the Jewish Community Relations Council’s Speakers Bureau. She lives with her family in Mendota Heights and is a member of Beth Jacob Congregation.