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Our 2018-19 Adult Learning theme:
"The Jewish Response to our Contemporary World"

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 What Is A Niggun?

Read Jodi Blankstein's December edition of Musical Notes to find out.

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Shabbat Yeladim

Children's Shabbat Led by Grade 4 Students

Friday, January 4 at 6:30pm

Join us for a multi-generational 1-hour family-friendly Shabbat experience! The service will be led by our Grade 4 students, and will be filled with smiles, songs, and a sweet Oneg Shabbat to follow.

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“Wise Aging” with Rabbi Eiduson

Rabbi Lisa Eiduson leads a three-part workshop on "Wise Aging", based on the book by the same title by Rabbi Rachel Cowan and Dr. Linda Thal. Learn how to navigate the challenges of aging to find joy and meaning in your life. 

Date: Monday, February 5

Time: 9:30am - 11:00am

This is the 2nd of 3 sessions. Please join us even if you missed the first session!

Location: Congregation B'nai Torah

Cost: Free for CBT members, $10 for non-members

Registration: None

Recommended advance reading: "Wise Aging" by Rabbi Rachel Cowan and Dr. Linda Thal
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Contact: Jane Golder ([email protected])

Please join us as we gather for our second session of “Wise Aging”. In this session, we will focus on the opportunities of aging and the evolution of our spiritual selves. We will have an interactive discussion about the ways in which we can cultivate our souls as we age through reflection, relationships and true enjoyment of our lives. We will share stories and strategies for exploring our creative sides, learning about new things, and deepening our connections with others in the community. Jewish tradition maintains an optimistic view of the aging process and the role of the synagogue and community in providing support and respect for the seniors in our midst.

Watch for details of the 3rd and final session to follow in June 2018.  Sessions may be taken independently of one another.