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Wine & Dine: Rabbi Gottlieb

Friday, February 9, 2024 30 Shevat 5784

6:15 PMBet Medrash

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6:15pm - Wine & Dine (RSVP)
Appreciation of Eretz Yisroel - A Lesson Learned from a Surprising Source

8:15pm - Community Oneg
Pidyon Shvuyim: Freeing the Hostages at the Expense of Creating Future Danger

11:00am - Community Drasha
 What is going on in Israel - as a Parent, and as a Director of organization working to help soldiers and families

4:00pm - Afternoon Shiur
Kovod Habriyot: The impact of Human Dignity on the Halachic Process

5:05pm - Seudah Shlishit
Na’aseh V’nishma: The Key to Everything


Rabbi Dovid Gottlieb is the Managing Director of Tzalash (, a leading organization dedicated to helping soldiers maintain their religious commitment and emotional well-being during their IDF service. He is also the Rabbi of Kehillat HaEla, a growing community in the suburbs of Ramat Beit Shemesh. Additionally, Rabbi Gottlieb is a Ra”m at Yeshivat Har Etzion (Gush).
Prior to his aliyah to Israel in August, 2010, Rabbi Gottlieb served as rabbi of Congregation Shomrei Emunah, in Baltimore, MD.
Rabbi Gottlieb received his rabbinic ordination from Yeshiva University, where he was also a member of their prestigious Wexner Kollel Elyon. In addition to other scholarly publications, he is most recently the author of Ve-Ha’Er Einenu, a three-volume collection (out of a planned five-volume series) of inspiring and thought-provoking essays on the weekly Torah portion which is distributed to soldiers throughout the IDF.
A highly regarded speaker and teacher, Rabbi Gottlieb has served as a Scholar in Residence for numerous communities in the United States, Canada, England, South Africa, and Israel.
Over 1,500 of Rabbi Gottlieb’s classes and articles are available online at and
Rabbi Gottlieb is married to Ilana, the Director of Midreshet AMIT, and they are blessed with four children and one grandchild.

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