Adult programs and classes

Guided Meditation for Spiritual Growth


Have you been interested in cultivating meditative skills as a way of quieting the mind, entering contemplative states, expanding self awareness, and having greater access to a direct experience of prayer that holds personal meaning?

Rabbi's Talmud Study Group

This morning study group meets on Thursday mornings 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.

Parent Talk with Rabbi B

Join other parents with children of all ages for a conversation with Rabbi Bronstein about Jewish values and how they impact the issues that parents are dealing with every day.

Yiddish Conversation Circle

Enjoy our Yiddish heritage and deepen and broaden our familiarity with this language. We talk together, learn and farbreng tsuzamen.

The group is bilingual. There are lesson plans and singing in Yiddish.

For more information, contact Pearl Stark.

Adult Bible Study

Following the morning Tisha B'Av service, the congregation is invited to join a study of Midrashic responses to community tragedy.

Acharei Kiddush - Moving Towards Peace in the Middle East

Explore the current regional dynamics in the Middle East, threats of war, and the potential to move towards greater stability and peace.

Adult Bible Study Group

We will study the Book of Deuteronomy, considered by some scholars to be the most important book of the Torah.

Under the guidance of Roz Schulman we will study Deuteronomy through traditional methods of Torah Study, to see how medieval commentators like Rashi and others dealt with the material— all in English. 

No prior knowledge of the material is necessary.  All are welcome to join the group at any time.

Adult Bible Study Group

We will study the Book of Deuteronomy, considered by some scholars to be the most important book of the Torah.

Under the guidance of Roz Schulman we will study Deuteronomy through traditional methods of Torah Study, to see how medieval commentators like Rashi and others dealt with the material— all in English. 

No prior knowledge of the material is necessary.  All are welcome to join the group at any time.

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