“Who is wise? One who learns from all” - The Talmud
2017-18: "The Year Of Taking Care"
This year's adult education program centers around the theme of "Taking Care": how we take care of ourselves, our families, each other, our communities, and our world. Look for updates in the fall.
Success Stories from Law, Science and Religion in Complicated Times
Sunday, November 5, 10:00am
(Synopsis to be added)
Two Me'ah Select courses will be presented at CBT during the 2017-2018 academic year:
Fall 2017: Ancient Stories and Insights for our Complex World
led by Rabbi Natan Margalit, PhD
Winter / Spring 2018: Crucial Moments in Israeli History through the Lens of Short Stories
led by Jacob Meskin, PhD
Learn more Contact: Diane Judem 508.788.0393
Jewish Characters in Fiction
Past offerings have included:
- Israeli Dancing, Drumming
- Torah Yoga
- Who was the Pharaoh of the Exodus?
- Science Requires God
- Talit Making
- Challah baking and Jewish cooking
- Jewish Characters in Fiction
- Boston by Foot Walking Tour of Jewish Brookline
- Ethical Wills
- Movie nights with discussion
- Jewish Mindfulness and Meditation
- Forbidden Fruit: The Impact of Religious Freedom Claims on Science and Education
- Jewish Geneology
- Jewish Humor
Come Learn with us
We offer a warm, friendly and casual setting for learning with others. When participating in Adult Learning at B’nai Torah, you will be connecting to a community of active learners. Choose from a selection of subjects and formats that are offered: ongoing classes, lectures, arts and film events, current events, the Book Group series, Torah Study, and more. Most programs are offered free of charge to CBT members. Where fees do apply, they are noted in the program description.
The Adult Learning Committee welcomes your involvement. Share your expertise, interests, and special skills with us. Sign up to volunteer and come explore with us!
For more information, contact Adult Learning co-chairpersons Jane Golder and Diane Judem at [email protected].
Challah Baking Workshop