Adult Education

MJC&S offers a variety of adult education classes with Rabbi Judith. Whether you are new to Judaism, are a lifelong learner, or simply have an interest in a particular subject, there’s something for everyone. Below are our Winter 2014 classes. Come learn with us!

 

 

Ongoing Classes

Torah Study
Saturdays, 9:30 a.m. (9:00 a.m. if bar or bat mitzvah)
Location: Small Sanctuary
Open to all. No charge.

“Turn it and turn it and turn it again” (Ben Bag). Each year we read and reveal new guidance and insight through our weekly Torah sessions. Join us for heated discussion and deep spiritual learning.

Tuesday Mamas
Tuesdays, 4:00–6:00 p.m.
Location: Rabbi Judith’s office
Open to all mamas. No charge.

What do women want? Friendship & study! Join us as we share our lives and our insights in the context of the Jewish cycle.

Waking Up to Jewish Ethics
Thursdays, 7:30–8:30 a.m.
Open to all. No charge.

Each week, we explore a text or ethical teaching that guides our behavior as aware human beings and conscious Jews. Find out why so many love this class, even at this hour of the morning.

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Mussar Workshop

Mondays, November 3, 17, and December 1, 7:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.

Location: Small Sanctuary

Have you wanted to take some time off to just work on you?  Do you wish there was something Jewish that could inspire you with meditative, reflective, and soulful practices?  offer you a guide to improving your daily interactions, your relationships, and refresh your perspective?

Mussar is a deep, yet accessible practice of self-evaluation and soul development that is both powerful and practical, and has Jewish roots that are centuries old.

 

The Kabbalah of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov: Exploring Our Lives Through Sacred Story 

Wednesday December 3, Monday December 10, and Wednesday, December 17, 7:00 p.m.

Location: Small Sanctuary

Free for Members, Non-Members $50 for the Series
Rabbi Nachman’s “The Seven Beggers”, encompasses deep kabbalistic wisdom in the form of a charming tale.  Using music, movement, writing, and meditation, Rabbi Judith will do what she does best- bring us a new awarenesss of ourselves and our destiny.