Tradition teaches that when people come together to study Torah, the Shechinah (God’s presence) dwells among them. Each Shabbat morning, before the service, we come together to read through and discuss the Torah portion of the week. This is led by either Rabbi Brown or the congregant who is leading that week’s service.
Participants are encouraged to ask questions, pose possible interpretations, and bring their life experiences to the discussion in an atmosphere of active listening and cooperative dialogue. It is a great opportunity for us all to increase our learning.
Adult Learning Programs
Hebrew for Beginners, Advanced Beginners, and Intermediate students
Sunday mornings, 11:00 a.m., or by arrangement
Our teachers are ready to meet with you one-on-one or in small groups.
Please call the temple office (216-941-8882) to let us know your interest area, or contact Rabbi Lader (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Sponsored by our Lifelong Learning Committee, our Adult Learning Programs have a number of special programs planned for the coming year, from exploring antisemitism around the world, to updates on Jewish life on the college campus and responding to the BDS movement, to discussing Jewish Parenting, to discussing Jewish books…
We’ll keep you posted, and please be in touch with us (through the temple office: 216-941-8882) if you have ideas and/or suggestions.
Julian Ross, Chair
Lifelong Learning Committee
Lunch ‘n’ Learn with Rabbi and Friends
Once each month we have the opportunity to enjoy lunch and a little learning in a different Cleveland community with Rabbi Brown. The location will be announced in the month’s BI-TWT Bulletin, Rabbi’s News You Can Use, and is also available by calling the temple office at 216-941-8882.