THIS I BELIEVE: City Congregation Members Join the Conversation – Round Five
For years on NPR, and in the 1950s on Edward R. Murrow’s radio show, celebrities and ordinary people have participated in an extraordinary conversation about their core values. More than 60,000 of these three-minute talks – ranging in title from There Is No God (by Penn Gillette) to An Idea of Service to Our Fellow Man (by Albert Einstein) to Be Cool to the Pizza Delivery Dude – are now collected on the This I Believe website.
In our program an eclectic group of City Congregation members will offer their own three-minute reflections. The program will be moderated by Carol Sternhell, TCC member and professor at the NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.
This was such a successful program in previous years that we are presenting it twice this year. The other date is Sunday, Nov. 9, at our Adult Perspectives program.
Please join us following our Shabbat service and cultural program for a pot-luck dessert and schmoozing. Childcare provided for children 11 and younger.
All are welcome at this free event.