Rabbi Carole Balin – Dinner and Learning
2 Lake Street, San Francisco, CA
Join us after 6:00pm services for a special dinner and learning session with Rabbi Carole Balin, Ph.D. Rabbi Balin will continue her sermon topic of "What Do Reform Jews Have to Say about Gender Equality, and Why Should I Care?" and engage in discussion around this topic and more.
7:15 – 9:00pm in the Rinder Chapel. This program is made possible by the Charles Michael Endowment Fund scholar-in-residence weekend.
Carole B. Balin is Professor Emerita of History at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion and a member of the team at Auburn Seminary, the cutting-edge leadership training institute for clergy of all faiths.
Balin has trained and mentored over 500 beloved rabbinical, cantorial and education students and published prodigiously on topics ranging from Jewish women under the Tsars to the Maxwell House Haggadah. She curated the national traveling exhibit “Bat Mitzvah Comes of Age” and wrote and narrated the animated short “The Click Moment: Jewish Feminism 101.” She appears on PBS’ regularly-aired “The Jewish People: A Story of Survival,” blogs for the Huffington Post and lectures at synagogues and universities throughout the world. Balin is a member of the boards of the Jewish Women’s Archive and Camp Young Judaea, as well as a NY-state certified rape crisis/domestic violence counselor.