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Beit Midrash: The Three Festivals: Sukkot, Passover, Shavuot

Sunday, February 9, 2020 14 Sh'vat 5780

10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

In Beit Midrash (which means House of Study) we will take an in-depth, inter-generational approach to Jewish Study using the Statement of Principles for Reform Judaism to examine the theologies, practices, and notions of peoplehood that define us as American Reform Jews.

Taught by Rabbi Goldsmith, Rabbi Ross, Cantor Stone, and a special guest or two, the course will meet approximately twice a month on Saturday and Sunday mornings. On Sundays, we will look at these issues through historical, sociological, and demographic lenses. On Shabbat mornings, we will strive to understand these ideas through study of our sacred texts – continuing the tradition of Shabbat morning Torah study at Emanu-El. Each session will stand on its own – thus attendance at every session is not required. But, of course, attending more sessions will help you acquire greater depth of understanding and breadth of context.

Beit Midrash will also serve as the core component of our Adult B’nei Mitzvah program. If you are interested in the Adult B’nei Mitzvah program, contact Rabbi Goldsmith.

We look forward to learning with you!

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