Judaism Classes

Learn about Jewish spirituality, ethics, practice, and community in our online classes.

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A Taste of Judaism®

If you have always wanted to learn more about Judaism but haven't been sure where to start, this is the opportunity for you. Encounter the big ideas and texts that make up Judaism's rich tapestry. A Taste of Judaism® provides an open door to community, connection, and meaning. 

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Becoming Jewish

Are you wondering about becoming Jewish by conversion? Reform Judaism warmly embraces you! Learn about the next steps, where to find resources, and how to get answers to your questions in this free, no-commitment, online info session. 

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Introduction to Judaism

Join our online 20-session course and explore a modern take on Jewish life in a community of learners. New cohorts start throughout the year. 

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Learn to Read Hebrew

Get started with the aleph-bet! Familiarity with Hebrew can be key to feeling at home in the Jewish community. Learn the shapes and sounds of the Hebrew alphabet in this ten-session online course. 

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Reading Hebrew Prayers

Gain comfort and fluency reading Shabbat prayers in Hebrew in this six-session online course. Explore the meaning of the prayers, learn key Hebrew prayer vocabulary, and hear common prayer melodies. 

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Hebrew Reading Review

Review and refresh your Hebrew reading skills in this 90-minute online class. Whether you recently learned the aleph bet or learned long ago and are feeling a little rusty, our warm and supportive online space can help you gain a renewed sense of confidence.

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Just Add Water: An Introduction to Mikveh

Explore the biblical roots of this ancient Jewish water ritual, experience a virtual tour, and learn about what happens at an immersion and the many reasons - ancient and contemporary - that bring people of all genders to the mikveh waters.  

More Classes

Reform congregations offer a wide variety of courses that are open to the community. Study Jewish texts and literature, Jewish history, spirituality, and more with a congregational class near you. View a List of all Classes

Many congregations have weekly Torah study on Shabbat (Saturday) mornings, in addition to other ongoing learning and worship opportunities. Find a Congregation

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Find a Congregation Near You

Find connection, community, learning, and spirituality at a welcoming Reform congregation near you.

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