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Yom Sheini, 28 Nisan 5777

 

Adult Education Programs for Spring 2017

Watch for weekly and monthly alerts for dates and times

 

 Cantor Emeritus Don Croll

Wednesday, April 26

7:00pm to 8:30pm

Boardroom

Cantor Croll will continue his

entertaining revelations of

“More Jewish Composers

and their Significance”

 

Temple Shalom

Interfaith Social Justice Day of Learning

Saturday, May 13

9:00am to 11:00am

Radnitz Social Hall

Rabbi Paley, Barry Lachman and other Council and Group Representatives,

as well as other clergy from the area will speak.

 

Temple Shalom Movie Night

The fourth in our series of Jewish-themed films

Hosted by Past President Dennis Eichelbaum

Keeping the Faith (2000)

Wednesday, April 19

7:00pm Boardroom

No Charge for Admission

 

Author Jessica Fishman

Monday, March 20  

7:00-8:30pm

Temple Shalom Learning Center

Author Jessica Fishman will join us to give a glimpse into her Aliyah as a single woman.  She will include time in the IDF, learning a new language and culture, and how Jewish pluralism affected her experience.  She is sharing her story to inspire social change, and help make Israel a more accepting Jewish state. 

Please RSVP to: Howard Gottlieb hjg@att.net

This program is brought to you by:

Adult Education, Sisterhood, Israel Connections, and the Havurah Committee.

Books will be available for purchase and signing.

 

  • Concierge Judaism

The program continues to have interest and programs are being scheduled by many groups.

New programs have been added to the updated catalogue and publicized, so be sure to check it out periodically at this link: http://www.templeshalomdallas.org/learning/adult-education/concierge-judaism

 

 

All programs held at Temple Shalom

 

 

 

We invite you to discover a world of Jewish experience for every age and every stage. You will find weekly drop-in courses, year long sessions, world renowned scholars; and with every venture, you are connecting with old and new friends.

Temple Shalom programs provide many ways for you and your family to take a step on the path of the authentic journey of our Jewish tradition.  Our goal is to instill Judaism and a Jewish practice that is meaningful to adults and children alike.  We include our children's religious school education as a standard part of membership.  Our goal is to teach God, Torah and Israel, provide inner meaning, a sense of direction, and a sense of connection. 

You may choose to participate in our Intergenerational Day of Learning or our Holiday "Fests," our Concierge Learning program, attend Saturday and Sunday adult classes at Shalom, and more.  Whatever your time permits and your interests dictate, you will share in the adventure of living a meaningful Jewish life; you will share with our community in the joy of being Jewish; you will share in our vision of repairing our world.

We look forward to exploring the exciting possibilities that this year holds in store for you and your family.

For information on Lifelong Learning programs, please e-mail lifelonglearning@templeshalomdallas.org.

Temple Shalom's Education Vision is to engage congregants of all ages in continuous Jewish learning and provide opportunities for Jewish growth through:

  • Developing Jewish Identity
  • Expanding knowledge of Torah
  • Building comfort in participation at Reform Jewish worship services
  • Fostering a commitment to Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) including Tzedakah (charity) and G'milut Chasadim (deeds of loving kindness)
  • Instilling a dedication to the future of the Jewish people
  • Nurturing a love for and connection to the land and people of Israel