Rabbi Krishef’s study groups are meeting online. See the synagogue calendar or contact the rabbi for the zoom link. We hope to begin meeting in person sometime this summer, but we’ll maintain the zoom link until the coronavirus danger has completely passed.
Introduction to Judaism
Taught by Rabbi David Krishef
Beginning Monday, October 19, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Cost: $70/members and B’nai Noah affiliates, $95/non-members (includes a copy of the sourcebook)
A basic introduction to Jewish history, beliefs, rituals, holidays, and life cycle celebrations, taught in partnership with the Miller Intro to Judaism Program at American Jewish University. The syllabus will be available for download from AhavasIsraelGR.org under Adult Education Programs (or call the office to have it mailed/emailed to you).
This class will be offered by Zoom and in person. Those coming in person will need to wear masks. Seating will be appropriately socially distanced.
• Thursday Tanakh study, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m., Schuler Books and Music, 28th St. (either in the back of the store or in the café). We are studying the books of Kings. Exciting narrative! Intrigue! Politics! Backstabbing! Join us.
• Jewish mysticism/Zohar study group, Mondays, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m., Ahavas Israel library. We are reading through Daniel Matt’s translation and commentary of the Zohar.