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Educational Programs and Classes

Basics and Variations of Jewish Prayer:

  • Select Sundays: Oct. 24, Nov. 21, Dec. 12, Dec. 19

  • Time: 10-11:30AM

  • Location: Temple Beth Ahm Library/Chapel & ZOOM

In this course we will learn about the origins of and modern versions of our prayers, the structure of the prayer services, and the meaning of prayer. Reading materials will be primarily English, with some Hebrew, and discussions will be in English. Bring your Siddur if you would like to make marginal notations!


Lunch @ Work: Impractical Halakah

  • Third Wednesdays (unless otherwise noted): Nov. 17, Dec. 15, Jan, 16 (Fourth Wed.), Feb. 16, Mar. 16, Apr. 20, May 18.

  • Time: 12:00-12:30 PM

  • Location: TBA ZOOM

There are many aspects of Jewish Law that are practical, they make a lot of sense and we use them regularly: such as basic Kosher laws, the rules for Pesach (Passover), and the order for prayer services. In this 30 minute class, we will talk about all the things that are not so common, seem weird, or are just interesting. Can you use an elephant as a wall for your sukkah? Is there a correct way to put on your shoes? Come learn some of the odd and interesting things that our sages discussed. Materials will be in English and Hebrew, discussions in English.


Rabbi's Book Club

  • Third Wednesdays (unless otherwise noted):

    - Nov. 17 - "The Lost Shtetl: a novel" by Max Gross,

    - Dec. 15 - "Aphrodite and the Rabbis" by Burton L. Visotzky.

    - Jan - No meeting. Feb. 16 - "The Book of Lights" by Chaim Potok.


  • Time: 7:00-8:10 PM

  • Location: Temple Beth Ahm Library/Chapel

This discussion group will read a book and come together to talk about the major ideas, themes, issues,  or events therein—History, philosophy, fiction, biography, etc. Each book will be of a different nature. Jump in for the first time with a novel or take a break. You can read the book and not discuss. Participation is on a book or monthly basis (some books may be split into two discussions).










Tue, January 25 2022 23 Shevat 5782