The mission and purpose of the Lifelong Learning is to plan and implement educational programs. These programs offer educational opportunities for adult congregants of all age groups and all levels of Jewish learning. While program topics vary widely, they will include a connection to Judaism, Jewish life, or issues of importance to Jews.
For a list of recent and upcoming Lifelong Learning programs, see the current issue of The View, our annual guide to Shomrei Torah programs, or the most recent issue of The Voice, our monthly newsletter.
Torah study sessions are held every Shabbat morning at 8:45AM in our Kolbo Room.
All are welcome, of any age, including beginners to Torah study. Sessions are led by Rabbi George, Rabbi Kramer, and by lay leaders. This is the best opportunity for ongoing, in-depth discussion of Torah and related writings.
Please see our Calendar for dates.
Come and join our Rosh Chodesh women’s group. It is a custom for women to gather for celebration and sisterhood every month at the time of the new moon. The meetings may be at a private home, or at an outdoor setting (under the actual moon!–weather permitting).
Each month will focus on a specific Jewish spiritual theme (from Kabbalah, mussar (Jewish ethical teachings), or a Biblical source). We will meditate, chant, sing, dance, study, and discuss in order to deepen our connection to the sacred, to ourselves, to each other and to the community. We hope you will join us!
See our calendar for upcoming dates.
Lifelong Learning Classes