Sign In Forgot Password

Adult Jewish Education

Temple Beth-El has been an innovative and intellectual center for decades with many long standing groups, activities and classes continuing a tradition of learning and growth.


We offer the following ongoing spiritual connections

 

Parashat Hashavuah - Torah Study

Saturdays 11:00 am - In Person and Zoom

Join Rabbi Helbraun and Cantor Kahan for teachings from the weekly Torah portion. On mornings when there is a B’nei Mitzvah, Tom Burnstine will be leading the class. No cost; no registration needed. Join us in person (on days when there is no B'nei Mitzvah) or on Zoom. Check our weekly Friday service link email for the link to join!


Adult B'nei Mitzvah Class with Rabbi Ari

Mondays, October 4, 2021 - April 30, 2022 7:00 to 7:30 pm on Zoom

A review of the main Shabbat prayers - how to fluently read them/chant them and major Hebrew vocabulary for meaning. Prepare to read a verse (or 2 or 3) from Torah at Shabbat morning services April 30.


 


Torah Study with Rabbi Helbraun

Mondays, October 4 through June 2022 7:30 to 8:30 pm on Zoom

Why is the Torah so important to us? More than the stories we read, it’s the interactions we have with those stories. For thousands of years we have learned, grown and struggled with our tradition – sometimes seeking to gain understanding, and sometimes to make sense of this sacred scroll. We invite you to join in the conversation.


 


Talmudic Treasure with Rabbi Weissberg

Tuesday 9:30 am - August 10, 2021 through June 28, 2022 on Zoom

The Talmud is a repository of Jewish wisdom and inspiration. Join Rabbi Weissberg’s Tuesday morning class to explore, imbibe and enjoy the Rabbinic mind and spirit that is cogent to this very day. Knowledge of Hebrew or Aramaic is not a prerequisite. Class is held on Zoom only. Please register below to receive the link to join ($125/members, $150/non-members).



 

Please visit our Calendar for dates ►

Upcoming 2022 Adult Education Classes 

Coming Up:

All Events

 

Sun, January 16 2022 14 Sh'vat 5782