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Rabbi Stephen Baars — Scholar in Residence


  • Congregation Etz Ahaim 230 Denison Street Highland Park, NJ, 08904 United States (map)

Our First Scholar-in-Residence

Friday night, May 24 to Sunday, May 26

Friday, May 24th Shabbat Dinner at the Bridge Restaurant

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Special Family Style Shabbat Dinner with lecture by Rabbi Baars. Dinner will be served family style with vegetarian options.

Please understand there is limited seating. You must make a reservation by May 14th and reservations are a strictly first come basis.

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  • $28 for Adults

  • $14 for Kids

 

Saturday Kiddush After Services

One of our premier kiddushes with a lecture by Rabbi Baars. All are welcome and admission is free

Please help us by becoming a kiddush sponsor for this event.

Your tax deductible donation will help us offset the costs of this kiddush The more people who help, the nicer the kiddush for our guest.

Kiddush Sponsor
 

Sunday Book Signing

Full Multimedia Presentation with Book Signing


About Rabbi Stephen Baars

Rabbi Stephen Baars, creator of BLISS, has been a pre-eminent educator and marriage counselor for more than 20 years. He is known for his talent in imparting important ideas with creativity and humor, especially in the areas of marriage and parenting.

Rabbi Baars has successfully counseled hundreds of couples, making marriage counseling his specialty. It was these counseling experiences, along with his extensive work motivating people that spurred him to begin the development of the BLISS seminar.

BLISS is one of the many educational seminars he has authored and presented over the past 20 years. Others include Thrill and The 13 Paradigms and his book, Bliss.

Born and educated in London, Rabbi Baars did nine years of post-graduate studies at the Aish HaTorah Rabbinical College in Jerusalem and studied comedy at UCLA with a well known comedian, Taylor Negron.

Rabbi Baars and his wife, Ruth, are blessed with seven children.