Expanding Our Minds… Broadening Our Understanding

The saying, “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks” is totally wrong. We have the ability to continue learning all our lives. Yes, it may initially be more difficult with age, however with life’s experiences come a stronger frame with which to incorporate new learning opportunities.
 
Temple Beth Ohr’s Adult Education programming encourages the adult members of our community to do exactly that, continue learning about Judaism, themselves, and our place in the world.
 
Be sure to check the Temple Beth Ohr current calendar to confirm the dates and topics of all Adult Education programs!
 
Shabbat Morning Worship, Torah Study,
and Pot Luck Lunch:
Held on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month, features an informal, participatory, and interactive worship service and in-depth study of that week’s Torah portion.  A potluck lunch follows. Bring food to share! Reservations are NOT necessary.
 
Monthly Lunch & Learn
Held on the 3rd Wednesdays of the month. Join Rabbi Goldfarb as we explore the Books of the Torah. Do you think you know your Bible stories? Join us for a lively reading and discussion about the Books of the Torah.
 
 
Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020: Professor Paul Liptz
In partnership with the Community Scholars Program, Temple Beth Ohr presents the One Month Scholar program featuring Professor Paul Liptz, a social historian, who was on the faculty of Tel Aviv University for 40 years in the Department of Middle East and African History.
 
Thursday, Feb. 20, 2020. Klezmer Music
Celebrate Jewish Music Month with a Klezmer band
 
Sunday, March 22, 2020. Women Rabbis
Women Rabbis in the Reform Movement, Rabbi Keara Stein.
 
Sunday, April 19, 2020. Ryan Fenton-Strauss
Will present an award-winning documentary “Paint As You Like” about his father, Michael Fenton, a well-known artist.
 
May 15-16, 2020. Williger Shabbaton Presents:
Steven F. Windmueller, Ph.D., the Rabbi Alfred Gottschalk Emeritus Professor in Jewish Communal Service, Jack H. Skirball Campus, Hebrew Union College—Jewish Institute of Religion