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5780 Lifelong Learning

Every time we study a text, hear a lecture, watch a movie, discuss an idea, listen to a sermon, share an idea, react to a lesson, or especially ask a question, we are engaged in the business of learning: la-asok b’divrei Torah. This institution and our Lifelong Learning program exist to provide as many opportunities as possible for people to engage in that business.

If you have any questions about the courses below, from "what book do I need for this class" to "which Hebrew class is best for me," don't hesitate to reach out! Contact Lifelong Learning Chair Ellen RugelEmily Hummel, or Rabbi Jessica Wainer.

Full descriptions of each of these classes can be found here.

We Were Strangers in the Land of Egypt, Sundays in the Sanctuary, and Living Our Jewish Values are all drop-in conversational classes and do not require registration.

If you are interested in the Introduction to Judaism class, please click here to register through the Union for Reform Judaism.
 

All additional donations will support the Seldon and Ruth Kruger Fund for Adult Learning.
Thu, November 14 2019 16 Cheshvan 5780