Adult Education 2021-2022
Tuesday Lunch n’ Learn with Rabbi Goldman
Rabbi Goldman’s Lunch n’ Learns next year will be focused on Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel’s “The Sabbath” and “Moral Grandeur and Spiritual Audacity.” BYO dairy/vegetarian lunch to eat during a stimulating discussion.
When: Tuesdays, 12:30-1:45 pm, beginning October 12th
Global Day of Jewish Learning
Dr. Andrew Newberg : “The Rabbi’s Brain: Exploring the Connection Between the Brain and Jewish Thought.” He, along with Rabbi David Halpern MD, have written a book, The Rabbi’s Brain, that specifically addresses a neurotheological approach to the foundational beliefs in Judaism coming from the To-rah and other scriptures. These topics include Jewish practices, Jewish learning styles, and Jewish mysticism.
When: Sunday, November 7, 10 a.m.
Where: Social Hall
Judaism for Everyone
Wednesday Night Courses Offered by Rabbi Goldman
The Rabbi will conduct three-session classes and/or discussions on groups of Wednesday nights:
November 3 – Repairing The World and Values-Based Decision Making through a Jewish Lens
November 10 – Classical Jewish Texts through a Contemporary Jewish Lens
November 17 – Climate Justice through a Jewish Lens
January 5 – Shabbat Celebration and Observance through a Contemporary Jewish Lens
January 12 – God through a Jewish Lens
January 19 – An approach to Food, Food-Justice, and Kashrut through a Jewish Lens
February 16 – Gender Inclusivity (Feminism and Egalitarian Communities) through a Jewish Lens
February 23 – Racial and Economic Justice through a Jewish Lens
March 2 – Creating Community – Kehilah – through a Jewish Lens
When: Wednesdays, 7:30-8:45 pm
Where: Library (or on Zoom in case of inclement weather)
More to come…