Congregation Beth EI-Ner Tamid announces J-STEM (Judaism With Science, Technology, Ethics, and Meaning), an exciting and thought-provoking program where experts will explore how science and technology can deepen our understanding and connection to Judaism. Using Jewish values and ethics, congregants, community members, and students of all ages will be invited to consider how STEM can alter the ways we think about and practice Judaism in the future.
J-STEM is a part of a project entitled “Scientists in Synagogues,” a grass-roots initiative run by Sinai and Synapses in consultation with the American Association for the Advancement of Science Dialogue on Science, Ethics and Religion, and funded by the John Templeton Foundation, along with other individual donors.
Shabbat for the Soul is our unique service once a month to celebrate Shabbat. Join us for J-Stem programming incorporated into shabbat services followed by a nosh/oneg luncheon and shmooze/time to gather and continue the conversation!