Adult Education: Learning Curve!

Learning Curve!

Adult Education

BHBE’s home for Jewish learning programs that are varied, exciting, and relevant to all ages.

Ongoing and Upcoming Classes

Talmud Class with Rabbi Nate Crane
Wednesdays at 10:00am in person and on Zoom

Psalms Class with Rabbi Nate Crane
First Wednesday of each month at 7:30am on Zoom – right after minyan

Randi and Rob Feder are  sponsoring the ScholarStream Series once again in memory of Randi’s sister, Marcia Fischer Webb, who loved Jewish learning. The next series of online classes, Series 6: Living our Values: Social Justice and Social Action, runs on Wednesday evenings March 8th-March 29th at 7:00pm CT. Excellent teachers and stimulating ideas create a meaningful and enjoyable learning experience.

March 8th – Are They Idolators? Making Room for Other Religions with Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson (Dean, Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies)
March 15th – Let Justice Roll Down Like Water with Dr. Yael Landman (The Jewish Theological Seminary)
March 22nd – What They Say is Just – Changing Law and the People who Live It – An Examination of the Story of the Daughters of Zelophechad and What It Teaches about Changing Legal Interpretation with Rabbi Cheryl Peretz (Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies)
March 29thLove Your Neighbor As Yourself: What do classical Jewish sources think we owe to others, and what does the feeling of love have to do with it? with Dr. Sarah Wolf (The Jewish Theological Seminary)

Registration is required to get the Zoom link which will come from the Rabbinical Assembly. See the Thursday BHBE News emails for the code which allows you to take any class at no charge.

The Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning

Beth Hillel Bnai Emunah has established a relationship with the Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning. Check out the Melton School website for more information.

You can always call the synagogue office at 847.256.1213 with your questions or suggestions. We look forward to learning with you.

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