Register now for this 18-session course on the basics of Judaism.
When? Tuesday, February 5, 2019 – Tuesday, May 28, 2019
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Location: Congregaton Shaare Emeth
For More Info Contact: [email protected] or 646-793-3196
Introduction to Judaism is a course for anyone interested in exploring Judaism—interfaith couples, those considering conversion, Jews looking for adult-level basics, and others who want to learn the fundamentals of Jewish thought and practice. Topics include theology and prayer, holidays and life cycle events, the Holocaust, Israel, Jewish history, maintaining a Jewish home, interfaith families, raising children Jewishly, and choosing Judaism.
The class includes 18 weekly two-hour sessions, plus a Friday night Sabbath service. All classes are taught by Reform Jewish rabbis in the St. Louis area. A referring rabbi or cantor is required. If you do not have one, we are happy to help you find a rabbi or cantor who will discuss your interest in Judaism with you. Students who do not miss more than three sessions will receive a certificate of completion from the Union for Reform Judaism.
Registration is $100. This form will not collect payment, and students will be asked to pay upon arrival.
To Register: reformjudaism.org/introstlouis