Join Rabbi Paley for beginning Torah study on Sunday mornings - when Religious School is in session - from 10:30 am - noon. This group is now in its third year of Torah study and is making their way through the Torah. Come enjoy bagels, coffee, new friends and great study!
Get in the habit of enjoying a taste of Jewish text. This class, led by Rabbi Andrew Paley, explores relevant issues through the texts of the Talmud. You'll be amazed how these ancient teachings are relevant to your life today. Bring your lunch, and break up the day with a taste of Judaism.
Lunch and Learn will return in October 2015.
Our Judaica Study group explores books that are of particular interest to people well-versed in Judaica and who want to discuss ideas that expand their knowledge. Group members select the books and serve as discussion leaders. Discussions of one book often span several sessions. Topics range from discussing Who Wrote the Bible to exploring the Reform Responsa (rabbinical rulings and opinions) and much more.
Judaica Study meets every other Saturday from 9:00am to 10:00am. Everyone is welcome. For more information please contact Mark Fisher at email@example.com.
For a schedule of readings and presenters, click here.
All good men are invited to join Rabbi Andrew Paley for an inspirational and educational schmooze on the first Tuesday of each month. Bring a friend and enjoy discussing Jewish ethics and morality.
1st Tuesday of the Month:
11:30am - 1:00pm - Bring Your Lunch
Stromberg Stock, PLLC
8750 N Central Expwy, Suite 625 Dallas 75231
Please note that the class will be on summer break from June through August.
Led by Rabbi Paley, we gather every Saturday morning for a lively discussion about the weekly Torah portion or to wend our way through the other books of the Torah. History, humor, questions and even debate make these sessions both entertaining and informative.
Torah Study meets Saturday mornings from 9:00am to 10:00am. Most attendees gather by 8:45am for a bagels and lox breakfast and to schmooze. Everyone is welcome. If you have your own Tanach (Old Testament) bring it, if not we have copies for your use.