Class with Rabbi Maltzman: The Ethical Life: Jewish Values in an Age of Choice
Sundays at 9:30am December 2nd and January 6th
Join us for the remaining classes in this fascinating series.
Newcomers are welcome to attend! Please email Ruth at [email protected] to rsvp.
Visual Midrash: The Incident of the Golden Calf
Sunday, December 9th at 9:30am
One of the most puzzling incidents in the Exodus story, leading to Moses' smashing of the Ten Commandments. What exactly happened, and how do artists' interpretation of the story in the Torah help us to understand? And why a calf? We will use ancient, medieval, classical and modern art (including Poussin, Lippi, Francken, Merton, Chagall) as a way to illuminate the text as we piece this puzzle together.
Ten Commandments With Rabbi Tzvi Tuchman
Thursday December 13th at 8pm
Join us as we continue to study the Ten Commandments - what role and significance does it have for us in the 21st Century? Led by Rabbi Tzvi Tuchman, we explore all this and more. The atmosphere for the class is relaxed, friendly and invites lots of discussion. We meet the 2nd Thursday of every month. Drop in for one class, come for them all - everyone is welcome. Please email Ruth at [email protected] if you are planning to attend. All are welcome!
10 Leadership Lessons from the Tanakh/Bible
Sundays, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Class Dates:12/16, 1/13, 2/10
Cost: $5 per class Register here
Join us as we look to the Tanakh/Bible for lessons on topics such as Honesty, Integrity, Purpose, Communication and Justice - just to name a few. We’ll review the lives of such great leaders as Abraham, Moses and King David. We will have a lot of discussion on how these lessons can be applied in today’s world. Whether you are a novice or a scholar – this class is for everyone. Feel free to register for all 4 remaining classes, or individual classes – just let Ruth know which ones you’d like to attend. Cost: $5/class. Session Schedule: 12/16, 1/13 and 2/10. We meet from 12pm-1pm in the Beit Midrash. Questions? Email Ruth
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♦ A new and re-imagined framework for learning and taking action
♦ An intellectual and social connection to the Kol Shalom community
♦ A variety of lectures, classes, events, social action activities, and hands on workshops
♦ Creating programs that encourage inclusion of our Talmud Torah parents and students
♦ Offering relevant and stimulating programs for our young families and youth
♦ A welcome setting for intergenerational exploration of topics
♦ An ongoing learning community of peers
We invite you to experience Judaism at your personal level of comfort and interest
from the wonderful broad range of programs and activities Lifelong Learning offers.