305 West 79th Street
New York, New York 10024

Now that Simchat Torah is just a distant memory, have you been wondering how to keep the “high” after the High Holidays? This season, while you are fighting off cold and flu by eating garlic and chicken soup, the Carlebach Shul has the perfect formula to keep your soul healthy too!
Be part of the Third Annual Carlebach Conference, “Outreach through Inreach,” from November 10-12 at The Carlebach Shul, Lincoln Square Synagogue and The JCC in Manhattan.
Renowned Jewish thinkers from around the world will share their insights, rooted in traditional sources, on the topic of “Outreach through Inreach” and to how to live a more spiritually fulfilling life.
“’Inreach’ is when we bring our heart and soul into every human
encounter, and reach inside ourselves to connect with the Gdly spark within. Only then can we can truly be an example, and inspire others to discover their own Divine spark.” -Rabbi Naftali Citron
Registration Begins at 9:30AM, Conference starts at 10:00AM
Cost: $70 in advance, $80 at the door. Lunch will be available for purchase.

Speakers and topics are as follows:

Rabbi David Aaron
Soul: An Owners Manuel

Rabbi Ephraim Buchwald
The Baal Teshuva Movement: A Revolution Gaining Momentum

Rabbi Naftali Citron
Renewing Our Connection to the Divine Within

Maureen Kushner
The Joy of Meditative Kabbalah; Establishing a Jewish Meditation Practice
Rabbi Nehemia Polen, PhD
Youth Alive with Spirit: Education according to the Piasezner Rebbe

Melinda “Mindy” Ribner, CSW
Developing a Relationship with G-d through Kabbalistic Mediation

Rabbi Nossen and Channah Schafer, CSW
Nourishing the Busy Soul: How to keep from getting spiritually burn out

Rabbi Avraham Arieh Trugman and Rachel Trugman
Awakening the Spark Within: Five dynamics of leadership that can change the world

Hella Winston PhD and Rabbi Shmuel Stauber, MA
Frum Jews Who Rebel: A Panel discussion on the religious community’s greatest challenge
Please join us for this not-to-be- missed weekend. After all…
Everyone deserves to have their soul fired up…

Includes both concerts, Shabbat meals, and the Sunday Conference
Or individually:
November 10th
Reb Shlomo's Yahrzeit Weekend - Shabbat Dinner - $65
November 11th
Reb Shlomo's Yahrzeit Weekend - Shabbat Lunch - $50
November 11th
Yahrzeit Tribute Concert at Lincoln Square Synagogue - $25
November 12th
The Carlebach Conference, Workshops at the JCC in Manhattan - $70.
**Lunch will be available for purchase
November 12th
Neshama Carlebach Concert at the Carlebach Shul - $36

Official Website: http://www.carlebachshul.org/UpSchedule/Conference.htm

Added by The JCC in Manhattan on November 2, 2006