Jewish learning is a lifelong endeavor, and while many might focus on Jewish education for children and youth, Jewish learning is for every individual of every age. The clergy at Temple Beth Tikvah, along with our Director of Congregational Learning, community partners, and many volunteers work hard to provide opportunities for adults to explore Judaism with fellow congregants. Through classes and special events, Temple Beth Tikvah offers an array of learning experiences.
Learn how Jew’s understanding of Torah as evolved and how it still provides meaning and purpose for living a Jewish life today. Offered Saturdays at 12:30 (after services)
THREE TUESDAYS - 3 MITZVOT
Tuesday evenings February 13, 20, 27 at 7:00 pm
Two thousand years ago, in the Land of Israel, under the rule of Antiochus IV, Jews were limited in their practice of Judaism. Many mitzvot were banned, and if one was found to be practicing Brit Milah, Shabbat observance or Kashrut, it meant certain death. What was is it about protecting these particular practices that made the Maccabees, of the Hanukkah narrative, rise-up
Join Rabbi Shuval-Weiner for a close examination of each of these ritual mitzvot. How they played out historically in the lives of our people and their meaning for us today as modern liberal Jews.
No RSVPs are required- pop in for one class or all three
Monthly movie nights screen a relevant movie to inspire conversation around Jewish issues and themes. Each movie night usually has a Tzedakah component.
Tai Chi classes are offered Tuesday mornings from 9:30-10:30 at Temple Beth Tikvah.
From Scholar Events, to Jewish cooking, Wise Aging to Adult Bnai Mitzvah
Temple Beth Tikvah offers a wide variety of adult enrichment and learning opportunities. Please see our calendar for the latest classes and programs.