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Intensive Learning Class: Oracles, Omens, and Execrations - What’s a Person to Do?
Magic and Sorcery in the Bible and Its World with Dr. Sharon Keller
6:00 pm on Zoom | Mondays, April 26, May 3 & 10
Omens, oracles, and even magic are not the first things that come to mind when we think about the Bible, yet each of these provocative topics is an essential part of some of the Bible’s most familiar lessons and stories. Join us for a fun, engaging series as we study some often-overlooked tidbits of ancient Israelite customs.
Please email Trudi Bartow to register for this class.
Jewish Current Events: with Phil Rothman
7:00–8:00 pm | Tuesdays
Coming again this summer!
How Jewish law (halacha) relates to a variety of current topics and trends.
We will discuss these and other topics of interest from a halachic perspective. Check the weekly email for Zoom links.
Lunch & Learn: Torah Portion of the Week with Phil Rothman
Thursdays, 12:00–1:30 pm (ongoing)
Join in a discussion of the Torah Portion of the Week. BYOL (Bring your own lunch). Check the weekly email for Zoom links.
Lessons with Cantor Yager
Individual lessons with Cantor Yager are available for those interested in learning how to chant Torah, Haftarah, Megillat Esther, and/or other trope systems. Lessons can also focus on the mechanics and style of prayer leading. This can include learning individual prayers or even parts of an entire Shabbat service. No experience with chanting and/or service leading required. A familiarity with the Hebrew alphabet is useful but not necessary. Though not required, those wishing to lead at Shabbat and/or Holiday services are welcome to work towards this goal.
To learn more, please contact Cantor Isaac Yager directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
** Please also check our Weekly Mail and Monthly Bulletin for the latest on Adult Ed classes we are offering and for registration details.
We invite you to experience Judaism on a new level. You can take a
year-long course or a single class, come to a three-session series or attend a once-a-month discussion group. Classes, lectures, concerts, and tours are all opportunities to deepen your connection to Judaism. We offer classes at all levels of learning. You are welcome to participate in any course or event no matter your prior Jewish educational background. Our clergy, teachers, and guest speakers are dedicated to helping you develop and strengthen your relationship to Judaism.
Adult Education 2021**