Agunah: The Chained Woman

April 24, 2017

An Adult Education Class with Rabbi Adena Blum

 

Mondays, 11am – Noon | May 1, 8, 15 and 22

OR

Monday evenings, 7:30-8:30pm | May 1 and 15

 

Agunah (Hebrew: literally "anchored" or "chained") is a halachic term for a Jewish woman who is "chained" to her marriage. The classic case of this is a man who has left on a journey and has not returned, or has gone into battle and is MIA.

 

Join Rabbi Blum for her perspective on this issue.


Minimum registration must be met for each time to be offered. Please contact the Temple office to indicate which time you are attending.

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