Access Judaism is a relevant and empowering adult learning program in a fun, relaxed environment
This program features a broad spectrum of thoughtfully curated Jewish subjects in the realms 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 ceremonies.
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.
The Course features classes in philosophy, theology, culture, history, liturgy, and more!
Wednesdays at 7pm PT/ 8p MT/ 9pm CT/ 10pm ET:
Access Judaism: SESSION 1:
10/6 Personal Inventory of Belief
10/13 Radical Responsibility for the World
10/20 Demystifying Denominational Differences
10/27 The Flavors of the Holy Books
11/3 One for Every Mood: The Jewish Holidays
11/10 Jewish Intermarriage: A History
11/17 The Righteous Economic Vision of the Rabbis
11/24 The Kabbalistic Non-Binary God
Access Judaism SESSION 2:
5/11 The Intelligent Design of the Prayer Service
5/18 Reform Renovations of the Prayerbook
5/25 Rituals as Markers of Transition
6/1 The Characteristics of a Good Jew
6/8 Slam Poetry in the Golden Age
6/15 Bad Theology: Terrible Explanations of Why The Righteous Suffer
6/22 Siblings or Cousins?: Jews and Christians in the First Century
6/29 Before You Die, Consider These Rabbinic Thoughts
Register for both 8-class sessions, one 8-class session, or for individual classes a-la-carte when you click on an upcoming Access Judaism class on our events calendar:
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