This engaging class on Jewish spirituality, ethics, and community is designed for the curious beginner. Individuals from all faith backgrounds are welcome.
This class will be conducted online via Zoom.
This course shows that "Aleph Isn’t Enough". Continue to work toward reading proficiency by exploring grammatical structures, basic Hebrew roots and building new vocabulary, with an emphasis on Hebrew prayers. Prerequisite: Hebrew I, basic reading skills or permission of instructor. Zoom link and course syllabus will be emailed prior to
Introduction to Judaism is an engaging 18-week program designed for anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of Jewish life through a Reform lens. Open to all, this course is designed for individuals and couples from Jewish or any faith backgrounds who want to explore Jewish holidays and life
This introductory class, taught by Rabbi Libby Fisher, is designed for those who are looking to learn or re-learn the basics of our tradition. The core elements of Jewish beliefs, practices, and ethics will be covered in this survey course.
This is a Multi-Access course: in-person and online!
This is an intensive learning experience that covers the themes of Jewish peoplehood, sacred times, history and lifecycles. Classes meet Tuesday evenings October-January, with each month covering a different topic and taught by a different rabbi. Instructors this semester will be from Congregation Shaare Emeth, Temple Emanuel, and Temple Israel though students