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Classes

Community of Practice: Leaning In, Together
Facilitated by: Rabbi SAM Luckey & Aaron Vanderwerff

Monthly on Tuesdays – starting January 24, 2023 from 7:00-9:00pm (PT)  

Are you interested in trying on Jewish spiritual practices, but not sure where to start? Join our peer-facilitated and rabbi-informed IN-PERSON only Community of Practice to explore what feels meaningful for you. Dates were chosen to place us in the first week of each month of the Hebrew Calendar, and folks will meet in chevruta (pairs or small groups) once in between.

Learn more and register here

Adult Trope Class 
Taught by: Hazzan Shulamit Wise-Fairman

Weekly on Thursday – starting January 19, 2023 from 7:15-8:30pm (PT)  

Join Hazzan Shulamit for this IN-PERSON only eight (8) week course to learn trope, the musical system for chanting Torah from the scroll. Students must plan to attend all sessions, and home practice between classes is required. Carrying a tune is not required – If you are not sure if your voice is good enough, it is!  Learn More

Alef Bet & Beyond! 
Taught by: Rabbi SAM Luckey 

Weekly on Monday – starting January 2, 2023 from7:15-8:30pm (PT) via Zoom

Come learn to decode the alef-bet! In this online five (5) week course, we will learn the letters and vowels using fun visual and aural mnemonics. Home practice between classes is highly encouraged. Learn More

Essentials of Judaism 
Taught by: Rabbi Dev Noily

NEXT SERIES IN 2023 – Stay Tuned…

Join Rabbi Dev for course for a deep dive into some of the juiciest parts of Jewish practice and life. This class is required for Conversion and Adult B’Mitzvah students and is open to all. *No one turned away for lack of ability to pay; please pay what you can at registration or $0.

Exploring Jewish?

* Learning * Reflection * Adult Bar/Bat/B’ Mitzvah * Conversion *

If you’ve been thinking about giving your interest in Jewish learning and experience more focused attention, Kehilla would like to encourage, and help support your effort. However you define what “Jewish” experience means to you, there are opportunities to explore and enrich that part of your life. You may have a desire to study toward a bar/bat/b’ mitzvah, a conversion, or an affirmation ceremony, or just to give yourself the gift of deeper personal exploration.

If this intrigues you (“I’m curious” is a sufficient response, more is welcome), write to Rabbi SAM at rabbisam@kehillasynagogue.org.