Rabbi Gary A. Huber was honored for his 25th year of service to Congregation Beth Tikvah at a gala dinner dance Saturday, Oct. 11, at Wedgewood Country Club.

Rabbi Gary A. Huber was honored for his 25th year of service to Congregation Beth Tikvah at a gala dinner dance Saturday, Oct. 11, at Wedgewood Country Club.

The event featured tributes to Rabbi Huber from long-time Beth Tikvah congregants and members of the Columbus community, a video photo show and dance music by The Slapdash Quartet.

Don Sylvan, congregant and past president of Beth Tikvah, served as the evening's master of ceremonies. Huber was joined by 120 guests for the celebration.

In honor of Rabbi Huber, Beth Tikvah has established its first endowment program. The Gary A. Huber Endowment for Education will be seeded with profits raised from the dinner celebration.

Helena Schlam, retired program director for the Melton Center for Jewish Studies at OSU, will speak at two upcoming forms at St. John's Episcopal Church, 700 High St. The forums will be held from 10 to 11 a.m. Sundays, Nov. 9 and 16, in Kilbourne Hall.

Schlam is a member of the Interfaith Association of Central Ohio and is committed to fostering dialogue in the community. Hospitality will be provided.

Father Philip College and Father David Kendall-Sperry are offering a two-part evening class on the Episcopal Church from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays, Nov. 5 and 12.

Call the church office at 846-5180 to register.