Taste of Judaism

Dates: Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: Chapel Major

This interactive class provides an introduction to Jewish perspectives on ethics and values, study, community, holidays, and spirituality.

The three-session class is intended for beginners, and is particularly appropriate for non-Jewish friends and relatives, Jews who have been disconnected from the Jewish community, and interfaith couples.

Graduates of this class who seek more extensive study are welcome to attend the Introduction to Judaism classes beginning on October.

Instructor Dianne Portnoy is a passionate learner who enjoys sharing the knowledge she has gained with others. Dianne was trained in the Holiday Workshop program of the UJC (United Jewish Communities) and has taught “Taste of Judaism” for many years.

Rabbi Aron, Rabbi Lobel, and Cantor Felder-Levy each teach one hour of the class so that students can become acquainted with a variety of perspectives.

Reservations are suggested so that we can prepare sufficient material.
Please RSVP to Patty or 358-1751 ext 7.