Each Wednesday evening, Rabbi Bronstein leads a tour of the "Par'shat Hashavua," the Torah portion of the week. The class will look at plot, themes, language, poetry, theology, history, and, of course, commentary. The class is intended to be stimulating for the adept AND a worthwhile learning experience for novices, including non-Hebrew readers.
The morning study group meets each Thursday morning in the library and makes its way through the Steinsaltz translation and commentary on the Talmud. Good food for thought and good company. You can drop in anytime or become a regular. No prerequisites other than a love of Jewish learning.
Check the calendar for complete schedule.
Click on the title below to link to a particular article.
"Pi and Chanukah: Which Story Do You Prefer?," from Lev La'am, December 2012
"Connected", from Lev La'am, June 2012
"Jewish Spring", from Lev La'am, March 2012
"Giving of Oneself", from Lev La'am, December 2010
"Gaman", from Lev La'am, April 2011
"Home for Dinner", from Lev La'am, June 2011
"Hill of Beans", from Lev La'am, September 2011
"A Bigger Chuppah", from Lev La'am, December 2011
Click on the attached files below to read the Rabbi's sermons from prior years.
|Yom Kippur sermon 5769-2008.pdf||78.12 KB|
|Rosh Hashanah sermon 5769 - 2008.pdf||64.24 KB|
|Yom Kippur sermon 5768 - 2007.pdf||81.3 KB|
|Rosh Hashanah sermon 5768 - 2007.pdf||83.81 KB|