Friends in Faith: Rabbi Frederick Reeves on the Jewish Approach to Biblical Prophets

EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

On Thursday, August 6, Rabbi Frederick Reeves will join Niagara Foundation for an intimate roundtable discussion on the Jewish approach to prophets in the Bible.

Members: Complimentary
Non-Members: $10

Not a member? Become one here to have unlimited complimentary access to this event and all other Friends in Faith events for one year!


CLICK TO RSVP

If you have difficulties registering for this event, please CONTACT Hadis Fetic, Program Director for Niagara’s Center for Interfaith Engagement, via email at hadis@niagarafoundation.org or phone 312-240-0707 Ext. 115.

Date:
August 6th
11:30 A.M – 1:00 P.M

Lunch will be served.

Venue
Niagara Foundation-Chicago office
205 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 4240
Chicago, IL, US, 60601

Rabbi Reeves became the rabbi of KAM Isaiah Israel in July 2013. He is thrilled to serve this diverse and multi-generational congregation as a spiritual leader. Rabbi Reeves is passionate about Jewish learning and meaningful worship, and he is a dedicated advocate for social change.

Prior to coming to KAM Isaiah Israel, Rabbi Reeves served as the Associate Rabbi of The Temple in Atlanta, Georgia. Additionally, he served Rockdale Temple in Cincinnati, Ohio, as a rabbinic intern. Rabbi Reeves is passionate about combatting global climate change and was recognized for his work by Georgia Interfaith Power and Light. He has worked towards interfaith understanding in numerous ways, including serving on the executive board of the Faith Alliance of Metro-Atlanta, co-leading a trip to Spain for Jews, Christians, and Muslims with World Pilgrims, and by serving as faculty for the Institute for Christian and Jewish Studies’ Reclaiming the Center program.

A native of Richmond, Virginia, Rabbi Reeves has a degree in French literature from the College of William & Mary in Virginia. He earned an M.A. in Hebrew Letters and was ordained at the Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati, Ohio. Rabbi Reeves has four children: Violet, Asher, Levi, and Hazel. He and his wife, Lauren, love living in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago.


The views and opinions expressed on The Falls are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of Niagara Foundation, its staff, other authors, members, partners, or sponsors.