Please note that we have already experienced so much together during this program and year of learning, 2012-2013 / 5773. You can choose to view the Adobe pdf-formatted Jewish Living Guide on our website; members received a printed guide in the fall. There are always new classes and programs added, please visit the individual pages on our website under Adult Learning for details. Billing will happen through our temple office for any programs or classes that have a registration fee. And please don't let program costs be a barrier to participation. Members may speak confidentially with either Rabbi Joel Sisenwine or Alison Kur, Executive Director, Jewish Living, for help with registration costs.
Spring 2013 - new classes include: Ofer Zmiri's Israeli Security Philosophy course on Wednesday nights (starts March 6), Rabbi Alan Ullman "Love Your Neighbor as Yourself: A Path to God -- the Relationship between Good, Love and Shalom in Torah" that begins on Tuesday mornings (starts April 2), a new mussar group with Rabbi Marcia Plumb meeting on Tuesday nights (starts March 12) and more! And be sure to visit the TBE Israel Film Series page to learn about our special screening of Srugim: Season 3, Israeli television series, that starts on Thursday night, March 14, at 7:30 pm with repeat (encore!) viewing on Tuesday afternoon, March 19, at 1:00 pm. Come to whatever session suits.
This is our Adult Learning Vision:
A community of individuals discovering and strengthening our connection to Judaism.
This is our Adult Learning Mission:
The mission of Adult Learning at Temple Beth Elohim is to touch the heart, engage the mind and move the soul of each member. Through lifelong exploration of the nuance, complexity and joy of living in a Jewish way, each person strives to become more knowledgeable and discover practice, meaning, spirituality and connection to the Jewish community. The experiences we offer are welcoming, challenging and accessible at a variety of levels with the goal of fostering the spiritual journey and a passionate connection to Judaism and Temple Beth Elohim.
--adopted by the Temple Beth Elohim Task Force, May 2011
For more information about adult learning programs or help with registration, please contact Greta Fiester, email@example.com
, 781.235.8419 x211.