Adult Education

Adult Bar/Bat Mitzvah

New to Judaism? Missed the opportunity when you turned 13? Just want to re-live the glorious memory? This two-year program involves studying with Rabbi Brockman and Cantor Giglio culminating in a class b’nai mitzvah.

Book Discussion

The Book Discussion Group meets approximately every 6 weeks to discuss a selected novel or non-fiction book with Jewish content.

Intermediate Biblical Hebrew Study Group

Meeting on Wednesday afternoons, 12:10-1:00 p.m., the Group studies biblical Hebrew vocabulary and grammar with a focus on a direct translation of Genesis.

Introduction to Hebrew

This class with Rabbi Steinberg is a companion course for those enrolled in “Introduction to Judaism” class, but certainly not required. Students learn the aleph-bet and basic prayers. Classes meet Sunday mornings 11:00 a.m.-12:00 noon.

Introduction to Judaism

This 12-week course with Rabbi Brockman is for adults who want to (re-)learn the basics of Judaism, as well as individuals who are candidates for conversion. Classes meet Sunday mornings 10:00-11:00 a.m.

Shabbat Morning Bible Study

Beginning after the High Holy Days and running to Shavuot, these classes meet Saturdays at 9:15 a.m.

Study Prayers Independently

Many adults like to study on their own, at their leisure. Cantor Giglio has prepared MP3 files of traditional Shabbat service prayers for b’nai mitzvah students. Adults also find these files helpful as a learning tool. We invite you to listen.

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