Clover Foundation Invites You To
Drawing Water for the Flock
Saturday, March 16th, 2019 6:30pm
An ecumenical exploration of how simple acts of kindness in the present can bring forth life and a sacred future. An evening discussion to benefit the children and families of Clover, Uganda.
All faiths and beliefs welcome!
Welcome Back Rabbi Ullman
Last year's event drew a diverse crowd and received wide praise as a meaningful and enjoyable evening. Friends of Clover of all faiths and beliefs are welcome to join Rabbi Ullman, for an exploration on the impact of simple acts of kindness on Saturday, March 16th at 6:30.
Rabbi Alan Ullman is nationally known for his highly regarded "Socratic" teaching method, which he uses to help us see how the Biblical text is personally meaningful in our daily lives. Rabbi Ullman has traveled around the world working with people of all faiths who have an interest in Torah and how it relates to their faith.
Seating is limited to 25 people
Be sure to respond early!
$100 suggested donation
100% of your registration donation goes to support
Clover Foundation and is tax-deductible.
Saturday, March 16, 6:30 pm
Kerem Shalom, 659 Elm Street, Concord, MA 01742
Light appetizers and drinks will be served at 6:30pm followed by the discussion at 7:00pm sharp. Hand-made Ugandan crafts will be available in exchange for donations.
The Clover Foundation's
mission is to enable young children living in Kampala, Uganda to have the health, confidence, and ability to grow and become the change in their community. If you cannot attend this event and would like to make a donation, please do so below.
Rabbi Alan Ullman
travels the globe teaching Torah to people of all faiths who share in the desire to study Torah as a way to guide and inform the spiritual journey that is our lives today. Through the wisdom of Torah, Alan helps people see the sacred aspects of our daily lives and how to unite the breath of life that resides within each of us with the wind-spirit of God that moves through all of creation. He also leads adult hiking/study trips in North American and Israel, and in 2007 began teaching Torah to Christian groups in Ireland, England, Europe, Asia, and areas of the US. Alan was ordained by the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati in 1985 and served as Assistant Rabbi at Temple Emanuel in Worcester, Massachusetts for three years. In 1988, he founded the School for Jewish Studies, dedicated to teaching Torah to adults
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