This is a four-week course on consecutive Mondays, Jan. 15 through Feb. 5.
The class, which will be led by Cantor Deborah Martin, the synagogue’s spiritual leader, is for anyone interested in learning about Judaism: Jews wishing to reconnect with their Jewish roots; interfaith couples; adult children and grandchildren of interfaith couples; in-laws of Jews; interested individuals from various faith and cultural backgrounds; or those interested in conversion. The classes serve anyone seeking more knowledge about Judaism as a good beginner course.
The course will focus on four areas of Judaism:
Spirituality and a Jewish understanding of God in a Jewish context.
Ethics (Torah): Exploring what God wants of us, looking at ancient and modern sources that show Jewish teachings on living an ethical life.
Community (Israel): How Jews relate and respond to each other, and the connection with a Jewish community.
A Jewish home: What does it mean to have a Jewish home, and what are customs and laws that might be followed?
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
$40 for non-CEEW members, the four-week course, due at registration.
Open To Public
By Jan. 8, to Cantor Deborah Martin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Cantor Deborah Martin (email@example.com)