Facilitated by Tom O'Brien and Rabbi Howard Shapiro, participants explored and discussed timely topics in an open, interactive setting.
Thomas O'Brien III
Rabbi Howard Shapiro
Thank you to The Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea for hosting the 2016 series.
January 13, 2016
What's wrong with intermarriage?
February 3, 2016
Will there always be
February 24, 2016
Is religion the solution or the problem?
with special guests Rabbi Donniel Hartman and Bishop Peter Eaton
November 27, 2015
Thank you to everyone who participated in our annual morning of community service on the day after Thanksgiving. After breakfast hosted by Temple Emanu-El, volunteers went to their choice from among six sites to lend a hand: Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, Big Dog Ranch Rescue, Caps of Love, Levine Residential Services, Midtown Beach, and Pat Reeves Village. Nonperishable food and new toys were also contributed by several attendees and donated to Pat Reeves Village, as well as plastic caps and lids for Caps of Love.
Click on the photo at left for a photo gallery of the people and places of the 2015 Fellowship Friday, and check out In the News for newspaper articles about the event.
The top four essays were announced at the Annual Meeting on April 11, 2016, with the winning students reading their essays (Bella McNamara pictured at left).
Open to all students in Palm Beach County public and private middle and high schools, the topic for the 2016 contest was Liberty. Tourneau watches and cash prizes were awarded, along with office supply store gift cards for teachers of winning students.
Download and read the top essays below.
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