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Heaven on Earth - A Virtual Tour of Our Holy Templ

Heaven on Earth - A Virtual Tour of Our Holy Templ

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HEAVEN on EARTH
A virtual tour of our Holy Temple 
Three Part Workshop

 TWO MORE WEEKS 
14 & 21 AUGUST

THE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES AS THEY WERE IN THE HOLY TEMPLE OF OLD

 

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 FROM RUINS TO GLORY

Two thousand years later, Jews still converge upon the Western Wall, the surviving remnant of the Holy Temple.  
Why does the Temple Mount still retain its hold upon our hearts? 
 
 

We invite you to  look beyond the rubble and see the magnificent structure that once was. Join us for a three-week virtual tour of the Holy Temple, the home we shared with G‑d.  Throng with the crowds through the city gates; gaze up in awe as you cross the towering threshold. Discover the marvels of architecture and design that were integral to this sacred site. Because envisioning the Temple and longing for it are thefirst steps toward rebuilding it.


                    
Dates: Wednesdays, 26 June, 3 & 10  July  
Time: 7:00 PM   
Price: R200 (Includes Student Handbook)

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For more information, please contact Rabbi Ari Kievman 
Call 011-440-6600, or email jli@chabad.org.za


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Chabad's Jewish Learning Institute is proud to unveil Heaven on Earth, The divine edition of Extreme Makeover, a three-week interactive course that recreates the ancient Temples from the ground up.

Heaven on Earth provides you with an explanation for the central role the Holy Temple plays in the Jews’ mission throughout history. To assist in conceptualizing the ancient Temple, Heaven on Earth employs an interactive and innovative virtual tour that will allow you to “walk through” the Temple’s ancient corridors, throng with the crowds through Jerusalem’s gates, and discover the marvels of architecture and design that were integral to this sacred site. 


Because envisioning the Temple and longing for it are the first steps towards rebuilding it.  

 

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