access judaism

Access Judaism is our signature accessible, relevant, and empowering

adult learning program.


This program features a broad spectrum of thoughtfully curated Jewish subjects in the areas of history, rituals, culture, philosophy, law, and spirituality. These interactive classes, which include post-class reflection questions, can also count towards requirements of conversion or adult B'nai mitzvah.


Classes are open to students entering with a diversity of backgrounds from those well versed in Jewish life to those new to Jewish learning. There is a place for everyone in this program. 


​This course is taught over Zoom in two sessions of 8 classes each. The classes are flexible and are designed so that a person can choose to take one class, several, a whole session, or both sessions. Suggested donation for one class is $25, one session is $180 and the full program is $300. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

Click on the class titles or images below to register; all classes begin at 10am PT/1pm ET.

Session 2 begins April 11: 

4/11 The Intelligent Design of the Prayerbook,

4/18 Reform Renovations of the Prayerbook,

4/25 Rituals as Markers of Transition,

5/2 The Characteristics of a Good Jew,

5/9 Slam Poetry in the Golden Age,

5/16 Bad Theology: Terrible Explanations of Why the Righteous Suffer,

5/23 Siblings or Cousins?: Jews and Christians in the First Century, and

5/30 Before You Die Consider these Rabbinic Thoughts.

And if you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact Rabbi Miller directly at:


All classes are 1hr. and begin at 10am PT