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Beit Midrash – New Topic Begins Thursday October 20th at 12:00 p.m
Hasidic Parashat HaShuva
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As we begin a new cycle of Torah reading, we will also begin a new Beit Midrash topic! Each Thursday beginning October 20, we will take a look at the weekly Torah reading through the eyes of Hasidic rebbes (leaders of Hasidic communities) with a special emphasis on the spiritual lessons we can apply to our lives.
My Jewish Year Book + Holiday Club Resumes This October
We are thrilled to announce that the My Jewish Year Book + Holiday Club will run again thanks to ongoing interest, and be led by current chair Mandy Deavers, as well as new co-chair Taylor Wilters!
Are you looking to engage with the Jewish holidays in new and creative ways? Are you interested in developing a deeper understanding of the Jewish calendar? Would you like a group of people to learn, observe, and celebrate with for this coming year? Are you busy, but would still love to be in a book club?
Over the course of the year this group will be reading My Jewish Year: 18 Holidays, One Wondering Jew by Abigail Pogrebin, learning about Jewish holidays and celebrating them together. This group is open to all levels of holiday knowledge and experience, and meets once a month.
Email Mandy at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in joining or want to learn more.
This program has been supported in part by the Sam and Faye Shafferman Adult Education Fund of the Temple Beth El Foundation.
Intro to Judaism Registration is Closed
This is a class for those interested in deepening their Jewish learning, or converting to Judaism. Topics will include holidays, texts, culture, Israel and more! Class will meet on monthly Tuesdays in-person at Temple Beth El, and will be taught by Rabbi Henkin.
This class is taught in partnership with the Louis & Judith Miller Introduction to Judaism Program at American Jewish University and is supported by the Shafferman Fund of the Temple Beth-El Foundation.