Details and registration for our upcoming Adult Learning programs are available on ShulCloud. Please click the following links:
November 18 & 19
Tuesdays from 10–11:15 a.m.
A five-part series to expand your own knowledge of Reform Judaism and grow your understanding of the intentional thought behind the design of the Stiffman Sanctuary and B’nai El Chapel.
Wednesdays from 7–8:15 p.m.
A three-part series to explore new approaches to find meaning in prayers, Psalms, and rituals. Discover how to integrate this new knowledge into your own life. Take one, two, or all three classes in this series.
In Jewish tradition, learning is an essential part of being Jewish. Study for its own sake, “Torah L’shmah” is considered to be an accomplishment all its own. Study is one of the pillars upon which our world exists according to Pirke Avot (Ethics of our Fathers). “By three things the world exists: On the Torah [study], on worship and on acts of loving kindness.” (Pirke Avot 1:2). Engaging learners in creative and innovative opportunities at every stage of life is the commitment of our adult learning team. In collaboration with our clergy and Director of Jewish Life and Learning, we offer our community a wide variety of learning opportunities from Torah study to Deutsch Scholar-in-Residence to Wise Aging.