Join Rabbi Sisenwine to discuss major monthly stories from the Jewish world, based upon articles from the Forward, America’s Jewish newspaper, since 1897.
You might have heard of the Talmud and the Mishnah, but what are they exactly? And why are they so important in Jewish tradition? Rabbi Harper will answer these questions, and more, in this week’s installment of the Intro to Judaism series.
Come learn about Purim—a holiday when joy is commanded and noise is made—in this class, part of the Intro to Judaism series. Feel free to drop in!
Judaism isn’t just something that happens at a synagogue. Learn about some of the key practices that surround Jewish life outside the temple in this week’s installment of Intro to Judaism.
In many ways, the story of the Exodus—celebrated at Passover—is the story of the origin of the Jewish people. Come learn about this story, and the ways that we celebrate it today, in this class, part of the Intro to Judaism series.
The history of the Jewish people is hardly free of tragedy. In this session, we’ll discuss “the oldest hatred” and the Holocaust. Feel free to drop in to this class from the Intro to Judaism series.
In this session of the Intro to Judaism series, learn about the origins of the Zionist movement, as well as major moments in the modern state of Israel’s history. Feel free to drop in!
Jewish tradition is marked by varying traditions and practices, but there are core values that span the Jewish spectrum. Learn about them in this class of the Intro to Judaism series.