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Adult Education - Congregation Sherith Israel

Adult learning reveals new dimensions in Jewish life

Education enriches the mind and the spirit long after schooldays end. At Sherith Israel, a variety of programs and classes address the vast breadth and depth of Jewish learning—religious, historical and cultural.

For details on current adult programs, see our weekly Under the Dome email, our newsletter and Shabbat flyers. You’ll find specific dates and times in our calendar. Below are our regular recurring programs.

Weekly Torah study

Saturdays, 9:15-10:15 am

Find a whole new way—actually many new ways—to look at the Torah and Jewish thought. No previous Torah experience is necessary, and you can drop in any time. Come just to listen or jump right in to fascinating discussions. Enjoy bagels and lox, coffee and tea.

Winter/Spring Hebrew Level 1 & 2

Wednesdays 6:30 pm (Level 1) and Sundays (Level 2), 2 pm

Prayerbook Hebrew for the beginner and advanced beginner. We will focus on reading and deeply understanding prayers from the Siddur. This is a linguistic approach to Torah Study: what can learn from the words about the deep meaning of our prayers? Through this process, we will also learn Hebrew grammar and vocabulary that’s applicable to modern Hebrew as well.
Level 1: Information here

Level 2: Email instructor Noa Levy for more information.

Fall/Winter: Introduction to Judaism

Wednesdays, 6:30–8 pm

This survey course covers a wide range of topics including an introduction to Jewish texts, history, ritual and thought. Perfect for anyone looking for adult-level basics, whether you never set foot in the Jewish classroom or just have hazy memories of Sunday school this course is designed to prepare you for other classes or independent study.

Register Here

Monthly: Jewish Book Club,

4th Monday of the month, 7 pm

Enjoy stimulating discussions on themes of Jewish issues and history based on outstanding novels and nonfiction books by Jewish authors.  A congregant leads each session. Books for the year are chosen in May or June.  Click here for current selections

Sat, May 21 2022 20 Iyar 5782