Adult & Family Education
Temple Israel’s Adult & Family Education Committee has some exciting programs planned for the entire community in the coming year! View these and more, from other TI arms and committees, listed in our Learning & Living in Our Vibrant Community 2018-19 program guide (2019-20 guide to be presented at Rosh HaShanah services).
The Temple Israel Adult and Family Education committee's goal is to offer classes of interest to the whole Temple Israel community – for all ages, interests, and backgrounds. We hope you will find something listed here that will pique your curiosity. We welcome your ideas for new programs and events. Would you like to learn to chant from the Torah? Read Hebrew? Attend a Shabbat learner's service? Make your own tallit?
Check back frequently for new programs and speakers that will be added throughout the year. Join our mailing list by sending your name and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have ideas for classes or programs, or would like to get involved, please contact the committee chair, Janet Aronson: email@example.com.
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Temple Israel’s Adult & Family Education Committee has some exciting programs planned for the entire community in the coming year! View these and more, from other TI arms and committees, listed in our Learning & Living in Our Vibrant Community 2018-19 program guide (opens new PDF page).
The Temple Israel Book Club
multiple sessions, open to everyone!
RSVPs encouraged, using the form to the right,
but walk-ins are welcome.
Monday, December 9th, 7:45pm
Three Floors Up by Eshkol Nevo
Monday, March 2nd, 7:45pm
Session 3 TBA
For our first book, we will discuss Three Floors Up by Eshkol Nevo. Set in an upper-middle-class Tel Aviv apartment building, this best-selling and warmly acclaimed Israeli novel examines the interconnected lives of its residents, whose turmoils, secrets, unreliable confessions, and problematic decisions reveal a society in the midst of an identity crisis.
Led once again by Margie Maidman and coordinated by Sue Anne Endelman. Open to everyone!
Contact Sue Anne at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Please consider a donation of $18 to cover the costs of this program.
The Seven Prophetesses
led by Maureen Mintz
Tuesdays 7:30-9:00 PM (after minyan): October 29, November 5, 12, 19, 26, December 3, 10
FREE with RSVP- use the form to the right
The Talmud tells us there are seven female biblical prophets: Sarah, Miriam, Deborah, Hannah, Abigail, Huldah, and Esther. We will study each of them, one a week, by using text, midrash, art and poetry to explore the words and deeds of these remarkable women of the Tanakh.
Each session will stand alone so if you must miss a class you will easily be able to attend the ones that follow. All texts will be presented in Hebrew with English translation. No knowledge of Hebrew is necessary.
Shabbat Torah Table Talks & Family Board Games
After kiddush, join a lively discussion as we explore the topics and issues that will be raised during that morning's sermon or parsha. Bring your food and join us in Founders Hall. Talks are led by Rabbi Fish or Rabbi Silverman. For those interested in play, join other families for rousing and fun board games!
Shabbat, after kiddush: Dates TBA
Coming, March 2020: Scholar in Residence Weekend with Rabbi Shai Held
More information coming soon!