Upcoming and Current Classes Held Every Shabbat

  1. Classes at Sof

 

1).  Group Torah study sessions along with alternating Talmud study (led by Gregg Kinkley) at 9:15-9:50am.

2)   Children’s Class with Biblical stories, lessons from the Torah and an introduction to Hebrew letters, sounds and words at 11:10-11:45 am (during Shabbat morning services.) Taught by Sandra Armstrong.

3).  Introduction to reading Biblical Hebrew (letters and sounds) at 12:45-1:15 p.m. Text is Shalom Aleichem. Taught by Sandra Armstrong.

4).  Chanting an aliyah from the Torah. An ongoing independent tutorial for both new and relatively new Torah readers, taught by Sandra Armstrong by arrangement.

5).  Beginning Hebrew at 12:45–1:15pm. The text is Prayerbook Hebrew The Easy Way.  Learn to read and understand the Hebrew words, forms, and grammar used in the   prayerbook. Taught by Don Armstrong and Lorna Holmes. For questions please contact Don at darmstrongpers@aol.com or Lorna at lholmes@hillsdale.edu

6).  Intermediate Hebrew Class at 1:15–1:50 pm for reading selected verses from the parsha of the week and analyzing the Hebrew. Taught by Don Armstrong and Lorna Holmes.

  1.  Classes at Temple E

1). Talmud Study at 1:00pm led by Jay Friedheim, with Dina Yoshimi and Gregg Kinkley, over at Temple Emanu-El in the library.

 

2). Weekly Torah Study with Dan Barlee 9:00 – 10:00 am.

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    March 24, 2019 1pm-8pm Temple Reyim in Auburndale, MA Join Rabbi Margalit and Organic Torah Board Member Rabbi Laura Bellows as they co-teach Changing Climate, Changing Ourselves. We will only succeed in shifting our direction and pulling back from the brink of climate disaster by feeling the crisis in our bodies and emotions; and also […]
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