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Rabbi Thomashow continues her Introduction to Talmud class beginning Wednesdays, June 15-29 at 7:30 p.m.

This is a continuation of her earlier class however, new students are always welcome. Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn from one of our greatest books!
Our tradition tells that when Moses received the written Torah at Mt. Sinai, he also received an oral Torah, which was not recorded in written form until the Common Era. Eventually becoming – the Talmud, a rich historical volume of Jewish literature.
See you there!
Sisterhood Torah Study – Wednesdays at 9.30 am – with Rabbi Edward Goldfarb
How did the “Children of Israel” become the “Nation of Israel?” The book of Exodus provides the narrative for this journey of self-discovery. This summer, we continue to explore the book of Exodus, text and sub text, ie. the story behind the story, of how our people morphed from a group of tribes to the beginnings of nationhood.
Shabbat Morning Torah Study: When the Tradition was Young and the World Younger – Saturdays at 9:00am – Rabbi John Moscowitz
An exploration of deep human history (the nature of human beings, the development of language, the understanding of the world and more) through the lens of the Book of Genesis and evolutionary biology.
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