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Upcoming

Class

Introduction to Judaism: Fundamentals of Belief and Practice - Congregation Beth Israel, San Diego, CA

- PT
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1 Heshvan 5782 to 29 Nisan 5782
9001 Towne Centre Drive , San Diego, CA 92122
This is a virtual event

Instructors: Beth Israel Rabbis


This course is designed for newcomers to Judaism as well as those who wish to deepen their knowledge and appreciation of Judaism. You will learn the fundamental concepts of Jewish belief and practice and become more comfortable participating in worship and ritual life.


Topics include synagogue

Class

Introduction to Judaism - Temple Kol Ami, Scottsdale, AZ

- AT
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1 Heshvan 5782 to 10 Adar I 5782
15030 North 64th St , Scottsdale, AZ 85254
This is a virtual event

Introduction to Judaism is an engaging multi-session course for anyone interested in exploring Jewish life through a Reform lens.

Open to all, this course is perfect for interfaith couples, those raising Jewish children, spiritual seekers, individuals considering conversion, and Jews who want a meaningful adult Jewish learning experience.

Topics include

Torah Portion

Noach

Genesis 6:9−11:32
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3 Heshvan 5782
Haftarah: Isaiah 54:1-55:5

This is Noah's chronicle. Noah was a righteous man; in his generation, he was above reproach: Noah walked with God. - Genesis 6:9 

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Introduction to Judaism - Temple Beth El, San Pedro, CA

- PT
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4 Heshvan 5782 to 7 Nisan 5782
1435 West Seventh St , San Pedro, CA 90732
This is a virtual event

This Introduction class is an engaging multi-session series delving into the beauty of Jewish traditions, teachings, and history through a Reform Jewish lens. We will explore holidays, life-cycle celebrations, theology, prayer, Torah, and other sacred texts. We will talk about Jewish history, antisemitism, Jewish peoplehood, our connection to the Land

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Elie Wiesel - Temple Beth El, Tacoma, WA

- PT
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4 Heshvan 5782 to 25 Heshvan 5782
5975 S. 12th St. , Tacoma, WA 98465

Explore the early writings of Holocaust survivor, Nobel Peace Prize winner and author Elie Wiesel. We will read and analyze Wiesel's first three books: "Night", "Dawn", and "Day" (originally "The Accident"). Why did it take so long for Wiesel to publish "Night"? How is it different from the original Yiddish