A Taste of Judaism is a 3-session introductory course in Judaism, taught by clergy. The sessions focus on Jewish Spirituality, Values, and Community, and they are participatory. Student's questions are always welcome. This section will be taught by Rabbi Scott Saulson.
Class meets online, August 9th, 23rd, and 30th.
Modern JewISH Couples supports couples on the pathway to marriage and beyond. Whether you identify as Jewish, or Jew-ISH, interfaith, intercultural, multi-ethnic, queer, atheist or agnostic, “Jewish&”, “spiritual but not religious” (or let us know how you identify), this workshop will explore the rituals of a Jewish wedding through an
There are lots of Jewish singers and writers, some of whom identify publicly and proudly as Jews.
Robert Siegel (former Senior Host of NPR’s All Things Considered for 31 years) interviews Larry Silverstein (Chairman, Silverstein Properties), Alice Greenwald (President / CEO, National September 11 Memorial & Museum of History), and Evan Osnos (Pulitzer Prize Recipient; Staff Writer, The New Yorker; Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution).
Class meets online. Zoom links provided upon registration.
A Taste of Judaism® is free and open to the public. Designed for those who would like to learn about the foundations of Judaism or for those who may be searching for an entryway into Jewish life, the course explores Jewish perspectives