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Judaism 101 - Temple Sholom, Cincinnati, OH

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10 Tammuz 5781 to 21 Elul 5781
10828 Kenwood Road , Cincinnati, OH 45242
This is a virtual event

Love what you know about Judaism but want to know more? Are you in a multi-faith relationship, a seeker or someone interested in the conversion process? Then… welcome! This is the class for you. Learn the basics of Judaism including: history, holidays, philosophy, prayer and more.

If you would benefit

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Learn to Read Hebrew for Adults (Cohort 6) - Union for Reform Judaism

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11 Tammuz 5781 to 22 Elul 5781
, New York, NY 10017
This is a virtual event

Get started with aleph-bet!

Familiarity with Hebrew can be a key to feeling at home in the Jewish community. Learn the shapes and sounds of the Hebrew alphabet, with a warm and supportive educator to guide you and a group of classmates for practicing together. Recognize and understand common

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Learn to Read Hebrew for Adults (Cohort 5) - Union for Reform Judaism

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11 Tammuz 5781 to 22 Elul 5781
, New York, NY 10017
This is a virtual event

Registration is now closed.

Get started with aleph-bet!

Familiarity with Hebrew can be a key to feeling at home in the Jewish community. Learn the shapes and sounds of the Hebrew alphabet, with a warm and supportive educator to guide you and a group of classmates for practicing together

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Biden-Harris the 1st 100 Days- Men of Reform Judaism

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12 Tammuz 5781
This is a virtual event

The Biden-Harris Administration as seen through a Jewish lens by Rabbi David Saperstein.

For 40 years, Rabbi Saperstein directed the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, representing the Reform Jewish Movement, the largest segment of American Jewry, to the U.S. Congress and Administration and currently serves as its Director Emeritus.

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Learn to Read Hebrew for Adults (Cohort 7) - Union for Reform Judaism

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12 Tammuz 5781 to 23 Elul 5781
, New York , NY 10017
This is a virtual event

Registration is now closed.

Get started with aleph-bet!

Familiarity with Hebrew can be a key to feeling at home in the Jewish community. Learn the shapes and sounds of the Hebrew alphabet, with a warm and supportive educator to guide you and a group of classmates for practicing together