Come and join Rabbi Mikelberg this fall as we delve into Jewish faith, Jewish culture and Jewish life in this year long journey. Torah will be our guide for us as individuals and in community.
Have you converted to Judaism in the past five years?
The Book of Psalms gives us insight into the earliest prayers of our ancestors. Hundreds of years older than the prayers we use today, the Psalms continue to express the emotions and needs of individuals and communities.
This class will work through the First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition with Susan as facilitator. We are continuing at chapter 11 in the book. Prerequisites: New students are welcome, but should speak with the teacher before enrolling.
This fall we will begin studying tractate Avoda Zaraa. The tractate focuses on the interactions between Jews and "idol worshippers," but has much to say about our interactions with the broader non-Jewish community.
This course shows that “Aleph Isn’t Enough”. Continue to work toward reading proficiency by exploring grammatical structures, basic Hebrew roots and building new vocabulary, with an emphasis on Hebrew prayers.
Our goal is to learn more about the structure of biblical Hebrew, to expand our vocabulary, and to appreciate the beauty and complexity of Tanach in the original language. We use various translations to assist us and have had a wonderful and thought-provoking experience.
Our tradition insists that our spiritual lives and our physical lives are inseparable from one another. Even more so, our tradition insists on our development as whole people, being wholly Jewish in every part of our lives.
A musical adventure of historic scope and proportion, the Milken Archive was founded in 1990 by philanthropist Lowell Milken to document, preserve, and disseminate the vast body of music that pertains to the American Jewish experience.