For information on any of these programs, please contact
Anne Berman-Waldorf, Director of Lifelong Education; 609-799-9401 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday Mornings at 8:45am
Engage in a lively discussion of the weekly portion.
No knowledge of Hebrew necessary.
New members are always welcome.
Sunday mornings at 9:30am
(when Religious School is in session)
Heart, Mind and Soul
Join Rabbi Adena Blum, Cantor Stuart Binder and Anne Berman-Waldorf, RJE, as together, we examine what it means to live in “Jewish time.” Using ancient, rabbinic and modern texts, this class will examine the transformative power of the Jewish holidays, exploring why the rituals of the past still have meaning and importance in today’s world.
Thursdays at 12:30pm
April 22 and May 13
Pirkei Avot -
The Wisdom of our Ancestors
Pirke Avot, literally Chapters of Our Ancestors, is a section of the Mishna, one of the most fundamental works of the Jewish Oral Law.
Join Rabbi Adena Blum, Cantor Stuart Binder and Anne-Berman-Waldorf, RJE, for our year-long study of this text, bringing to life the words of the Sages in their original form, revealing their timelessness and relevancy.
Saturday, April 10 at 7:00pm
Havdalah and Conversation
From Exodus to Fauda:
The Ever-Changing Image of Israel on Screen
Back by popular demand, join Ted Merwin (who last spoke at Beth Chaim on the history of Jewish deli!) for a look at Israel as she is portrayed on the big – and small – screen! Zoom over for Havdalah followed by this entertaining and knowledgeable speaker.
Sponsored by the Israel Affairs Task Force, this program leads into the week celebrating Yom Ha’Atzmaut, Israeli Independence Day.