May 29, 2023 ()
We may not be able to be in the same room together, but we can still study, learn, and grow together. Our community has a wealth of knowledge to share and we could not be more excited to help bring that knowledge to you. Please join us as we branch out into new territory, exploring a variety of Jewish experiences.
Check back often for additional events. If you have any questions, please contact Laura Naide, Director of Congregational Education.
Upcoming Adult Education and Events
(For Registration, or more information, click on the event title)
Torah Study: Minyan and Torah Study – Saturday Mornings at 9:00am
All are welcome to join our discussions of the weekly Torah portion and the other books comprising the Hebrew Bible. This is a drop-in class; all are encouraged to participate regardless of levels of expertise. Attend class at any time – everyone’s point of view is welcome. The group is informal and led by group members. Each class begins with a summary of the Torah portion of the week, followed by a discussion of various interpretations and insights from Reform and other commentators. Discussion includes the other books of the Hebrew Bible. Emphasis is on what our holy texts meant when they were written and what they mean in today’s society.
Rabbi’s Class – Every Other Thursday at 12:00pm
Please see community email for specific dates.
Join Rabbi Adam for an hour of learning, engagement, and fun. This ongoing class is designed to delve deeply into our texts as we search for wisdom and meaning that can be applied to our own lives. Our topic for 5781 is Rabbinic Stories on the Hebrew Bible. Each session will explore different narratives and perspectives of our biblical tales. You can find Readings for this week’s class here. Come to every session or pop in whenever you please – No Sign-Up necessary. To join, click here and if you have any questions, please contact Rabbi Adam directly.
Choir Get-Together – Every other Tuesday at 7:00pm
Cantor Lindsay is hosting virtual choir get-togethers, every other Tuesday at 7pm, with time for socializing, vocalizing, and music appreciation. These zoom get-togethers are open to all current choir members, and anyone who may be interested in joining the choir sometime in the future when in person singing may be safely resumed. Any potential new members are encouraged to contact Cantor Lindsay for more information.
Travel with Temple Emanuel
Civil Rights tour to the South, April 20-23 2023. We will visit sights and hear from people in Atlanta, Montgomery, Birmingham, and Selma who played an important role in the struggle for civil rights in our country. This trip is appropriate for middle school aged students and up. If you are interested in learning more please email Rabbi Adam.