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Adult Education

Click here to read about adult education events -
january through May 2019


B'nai Israel's Adult Education programs offer variety as well as depth.  Whether you are interested in ancient texts or modern dilemmas, whether you prefer intimate classes or larger lectures, there is something for you.

  • Life-long learning throughout the year, including opportunities for beginning and conversational Hebrew, adult B’nai Mitzvahs, and special programs to learn about Judaism, its history, customs, and music.
  • Women of B'nai Israel and our Brotherhood
  • A strong Social Action Committee that includes committees on Racial Justice, Pride, Refugees, Sustainable Living
  • An Israel Commitee whose mission is to provide a forum to promote our congregation's enduring connection to Israel and a continuing understanding of issues facing contemporary Israel, including factors shaping Israel's position in the world and Israel’s relationship with American and world Jewry

Our regular events:
Weekly Torah Study is held in the Sosnick Library from 9:00-10:30 on Saturday Mornings

Rabbi's Book Club - next meeting is May 23 - see right column for info. 

Religious Ethics in the 21st Century - Rabbi Alfi tackles some of the toughest issues of Jewish ethics as applied to modern life. We discuss politics, economics, Israel, Jewish communal relations, and many other issues. To request or suggest a topic, please email Rabbi Alfi with ideas. Regular attendance is not required; drop-ins and newcomers are welcome! Bring a brown bag lunch. There is no fee.

Rosh Chodesh with the Women of B'nai Israel

Achim: A Study Group for Men

We look forward to continuing to develop programs that are pertinent to our temple community members and welcome new committee members at any time. If you have suggested topics for programs, please email adulteducation@bnais.com.

Rabbi Alfi’s Book Group:
Rising Out of Hatred
Thursday, May 23, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon, in the Sosnick Library.
 

Rabbi Alfi invites you to join her book group! The group meets four times a year in the Sosnick Library from 10:00 am until noon. This group is open to everyone. Attendees are welcome to bring a nosh to share, but that’s not a requirement.  The book to be discussed is Rising Out of Hatred by Eli Saslow. Please click here to RSVP .

Sun, May 26 2019 21 Iyar 5779