At Beth El we believe in Lifelong Jewish Learning, and we strive, through our Adult Learning programs, to offer a wide range of learning opportunities to meet a variety of needs and interests for our congregants. We respect that everyone approaches Jewish learning from a different perspective, and we hope to help each of our members on his or her journey as an adult learner. To that end, we offer many types of programs, including traditional classroom study, speakers and lecturers, films, book discussions, Torah Study, Me’ah, Biblical and Modern Hebrew, monthly Shabbat Table Talks, and many special events. Classes are taught by clergy, lay leaders, outside speakers and visiting scholars who share their expertise and insights to inform, inspire and enrich our lives. We invite you to join us and try a program (or two!). We welcome all participants who come to learn, regardless of ability to pay. Take a look at our flyer to see highlights of our offerings this year.
We will try to keep members of our community informed of Adult Learning opportunities and resources in the greater Boston Jewish community – there are quite rich offerings in and around our neighborhood, including Limmud Boston, new course offerings at Hebrew College at reduced prices, workshops and study sessions at Mayyim Hayyim, Kolot (A Study Series for Jewish Women), and many, many more!
We welcome your participation – not only in attending and participating in events, but in helping to plan them! The best way to ensure that we have programs that appeal to the widest group of congregants, is for you to attend our meetings and give us your input! We meet once a month – usually the 2nd Wednesday at 7pm.
Join us for these upcoming events!
Bubbe's Kitchen - learn to make bagels with Ken Siskind on September 25. Pre-registration required.
Table Talk on October 28 featuring Saint Cyr Dimanche, a Brandeis University freshman who will share his story of coming to America as a refugee from the Central African Republic.