We will be offering an adult Hebrew class on Sundays from 10:00 am-11:00 am. The class will be taught by Osnat Rosen, native Hebrew speaker and experienced teacher. The cost of the class is the materials fee (around $10) and a weekly fee of between $3-$5 per person depending on the number of students enrolled. Classes will begin on January 28. Please contact Kym Klapperich at 864.414.3668 to sign up or if you have any questions.
Temple member, will teach these classes every other Sunday. Classes will meet from noon to 1:00 pm. The cost of the class is free but donations are accepted. Children may attend without an adult if they are able to pay attention, follow directions and participate. And, of course, adults may attend without children. Please contact Kym Klapperich to sign up or if you have any questions.
Adult Education with Rabbi Master
March 11—What is "Right and Good" in God's Sight? In the Torah we are told to do what is right and good in the sight of God.We will study texts to understand the larger message of this passage.
April 22 and 29—Got Prayer?…We will study our prayer service in order to understand the deeper spiritual meaning of praying.Topics that we will discuss will include: what exactly is the purpose of prayer in Judaism, how we derive meaning from a fixed prayer service, the meaning of the order of the service, and the meaning of each of our major prayers.
Time: 10:00 am-11:00 am
Rabbi Jeremy Master
292.1782 Ext. 106
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or with any questions!
At Congregation (~: Chai :~) we believe that Jewish learning is a lifetime project. Judaism offers a wealth of rich, deep, sophisticated ideas which are most useful for adults. Adults make decisions about raising children, choosing careers, medical care for themselves and loved ones, where to live and whom to love. Adults need the guidance of a religious system to help them through this maze of serious choices. Adults also experience fully the deep sorrow of loss and the great joy of true love. Jewish tradition can guide adults throug these emotional highs a lows.
Adult learning at (~: Chai :~) equips our lifelong learners to face the complexity of their lives armed with Jewish knowledge. Whether taking a Basic Judaism course, or an advanced Talmud seminar, our learners come away from the experience with a greater appreciation of Judaism's profound depths, and a greater understanding of how to lead an inspired life.
Please join us at any one of our course offerings this year. Membership is not required, and many of the classes have a nominal charge or are free!
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We welcome everyone, Jewish or not, Member or not, to attend our classes and programs. Please join us!
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Some classes and programs have limited enrollments.
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If enrollment is too low, an event or class may be canceled.
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