Rabbi Shimon Green Shabbaton

Rabbi Shimon Green is coming to Malden! RSVP through Monday, April 22nd to receive an early registration discount! (see pricing below).

Join us for an unforgettable Shabbat and entertaining Lag B’Omer celebration, April 27th and 28th, as Rabbi Shimon Green comes to educate, entertain, and inspire.

In celebration of Beth Israel’s completion of Derech Hashem and the Order of Kodshim, Rabbi Green will be speaking on Fundamentals and Sacrifice.

Shabbaton Luncheon
Shabbat, April 27th, 11:30 am
At Beth Israel’s Glaser Auditorium. Featuring Rabbi Green’s Lecture, “Fundamentals and Sacrifice 1″

Class for Ladies
Shabbat, April 27th, 4:30 pm at Beth Israel
Featuring Rebbetzin Devorah Green

Family Se’udah Shlishit
Shabbat, April 27th, 5:30 pm at Beth Israel
Featuring Rabbi Green’s Lecture, “Fundamentals and Sacrifice 2″

Lag B’Omer Celebration
Sunday April 28th, 11am – 2pm at Beth Israel
Featuring a Concert by Rabbi Green, BBQ, Cotton Candy, and a Moon Bounce!

About Rabbi Green

For 22 years, Rabbi Shimon Green was Rosh Yeshiva of Bircas HaTorah in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, a yeshiva of talmud professionals. The yeshiva utilizes a logical and rhetorical method developed by Rabbi Green that makes precision-talmudic learning accessible to anyone who follows it diligently.

In 2010, Rabbi Green gave Bircas HaTorah to his advanced students, and moved to Phoenix, Arizona with the intention of building a community and yeshiva there.

He is presently rabbi of Kehillas Shomrei Emunim, a warm and dynamic community where everyone is growing, and Rosh Yeshiva of the fledgling Yeshivas HaTurim, which, in addition to its powerful long-term learning program, offers intensive short-term learning programs for visiting groups and individuals.
Rabbi Green has given seminars, lectures, and Shabbatonim throughout the world.

His presentations are famous for their depth, clarity, humor, and inspiration.

Participants in his programs remark that Rabbi Green is accessible and down-to-earth, and that within minutes after meeting him, they felt as if they were speaking with an old friend.

Rabbi Green strives to help every Jew achieve the ecstatic Torah experience that he believes is their birthright.

Early Registration Cost (by April 22):
One Event (Shabbaton or Lag B’Omer Celebration): $10 kids (3-12), $15 adults, $45 family max
Both Events: $15 kids (3-12), $24 adults, $70 family max

Late Registration Cost (after April 22):
Add $2 per person