STAY CONNECTED

Join Jews United for Justice, Temple Emanuel, Temple Shalom, & Temple Sinai on Sunday, March 27 at 3 PM on Zoom for a non-partisan conversation on what’s at stake in the upcoming local primary elections.

Rabbi Yitzhchak taught: “A ruler is not to be appointed unless the community is consulted.”
(Babylonian Talmud Berachot 55a)
The Jewish sage, Hillel, taught us that we cannot separate ourselves
from the community. When we participate in local elections, we take
responsibility for ensuring that our leaders represent our values and we
strengthen our connection to the larger community.

Join Jews United for Justice, Temple Emanuel, Temple Shalom, & Temple
Sinai on Sunday, March 27 at 3 PM on Zoom for a non-partisan
conversation on what’s at stake in the upcoming local primary
elections. We’ll walk through which elected offices are on the ballot,
who is running, why these offices matter, when the elections are
happening, where your new districts are, and how you can be part of
shaping Maryland and Montgomery County and making concrete
improvements in the lives of everyone in our community.
RSVP: https://jufj.org/event/was-emanuel-shalom-sinai

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