Introduction to Judaism is an engaging 18-session course for anyone interested in exploring Jewish life through a Reform lens.
Open to all, this course is perfect for multi-faith couples, those raising Jewish children, spiritual seekers, individuals considering conversion, and Jews who want a meaningful adult Jewish learning experience.
This will be a multiaccess class for newcomers to Judaism, spiritual seekers, those in interfaith relationships, grandparents of Jewish children, conversion candidates, Jews who want a refresher, and those who are just curious!
In-person attendees will have a chance to experience a synagogue worship space, but those who attend online
INTRODUCTION TO JUDAISM 5783 SYLLABUS
Temple Sinai, South Burlington, Vt Rabbi David Edleson, Instructor
Dec 4 – April 2, Sundays 4-6pm
Note: This course will be shaped by the interests of the participants, so this syllabus is only a rough outline. In addition
Gather virtually to meet other couples in the same stage of life, connect with Rabbi Jen Gubitz, and spend some time focusing on how to build a meaningful wedding ceremony that reflects and honors your backgrounds and shared future.
Whether you identify as Jewish, or Jew-ISH, interfaith, intercultural, multiethnic, queer