Education at Temple Emanuel (The House of Learning)

IMG_1575Learning opportunities aren’t just for kids at TE! There is a warm, welcoming learning community for adults too.  Multiple educational opportunities with the Rabbi are available for adults including weekly Torah study on Shabbat mornings, Basic Judaism and continued Jewish education.  There are numerous special lectures and learning sessions which occur throughout the year, including an annual interfaith scholar-in-residence program with our neighboring houses of worship, as well as our own Scholar-in-Residence weekend. Individual opportunities exist for adult b’nai mitzvah, for learning Hebrew and Torah trope.

A Weekend of Jewish Learning MARCH 11-13, 2016 “Mediterranean Mosaic:  Three Vignettes of Jewish Life and Culture”

Something new is coming this March… Instead of a single scholar in residence, the Jewish Education and Enlightenment Program will feature three stimulating speakers exploring the worlds of modern Israel; medieval Spain, Egypt and Palestine; and twentieth century Italy. SIGN UP FOR SHABBAT DINNER AND/OR LUNCH ON SATURDAY HERE.  Friday night, March 11 begins with Shabbat dinner at 6:00 pm, followed by a Shabbat service with presentation by Olga Markus.  “My Israel: A Land of Miracles, Inspiration and Complexity”. Ms. Markus holds a M.A. in Russian Language and Literature, from Kiev State Pedagogical University,  an advanced diploma in Jewish Education […] more

Adult Education at TE!

Learning opportunities aren’t just for kids at TE! There is a warm, welcoming learning community for adults too.  Multiple educational opportunities with the Rabbi are available for adults including weekly Torah study on Shabbat mornings, Basic Judaism class on Sundays, and continued Jewish education class on Thursdays.  There are numerous special lectures and learning sessions which occur throughout the year, including an annual interfaith scholar-in-residence program with our neighboring houses of worship. Individual opportunities exist for adult b’nai mitzvah, for learning Hebrew and Torah trope. more