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Adult Education

Join us for Adult Education at Synagogue Emanu-El.  All classes are free and open to the public.

 

Current Offerings

 

Danish & D'rash

with Rabbi Evan Ravski
Wednesdays at 1:00pm
Come and study some of the highlights of the weeks parsha and the commentary. Rabbi Ravski will bring the Torah, you bring the Danish!  Click here to join.

 

The Talmud Pesachim

The Talmud Pesachim with Rabbi Ravski, Thursdays, at 7:00PM

Join Rabbi Ravski in exploring all that the Talmud has to teach us in a new weekly Talmud class. We will study in English, using the new Steinsaltz translation from Koren publishing. The text will be provided for those who need it. This class is for Talud students of all levels and abilities.  Join here.

 

The Prophets of Ancient Israel

with Dr. Michael Kogan, Monday at 7:30pm

The class is now studying the prophet Isaiah. It will continue its study of the prophets this autumn with Jeremiah and Ezekiel. Texts are examined from a scholarly point of view, asking when, where and why these immortal texts were written, and engaging in a close reading of the contents. With both Jewish and Christian students enrolled, interpretations of these shared texts are presented from both faiths, encouraging students to come to their own conclusions as to their ultimate meaning.
Click here to register.  Click here for the course page.

 

I Love Olive Oil!

with Rabbi Ravski, Tuesday, August 10 & Tuesday, October 5 at 7:00pm

This year we have partnered with MyTree in Israel, a way to support Israel, Israeli farmers, and get to indulge in some Israeli olive oil after the harvest in November. As part of this program we will also be learning about the history of olive oil in Judaism. Whether you’ve joined the MyTree project yet or not, join Rabbi Ravski as we examine the role that this precious liquid has played in our religious, cultural and culinary history!  Click here for more.

 

 

 

To view adult education sessions, please see the  synagogue calendar.

 

Offerings from FJMC (Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs)

"While we, as an organization and nation focus on the issues of Coronavirus, FJMC has launched a number of virtual sessions which cover a wide range of topics.  We know that many of us have been asked to work from home, have additional time to fill and this is a great time to learn more about something useful and interesting.  Here's a link to the schedule."

Tue, September 21 2021 15 Tishrei 5782