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Adult Learning 2018-19

Below are a list of learning opportunities for OrH members and non-members. Watch this space for further updates in programming, or subscribe to the OrH Newsletter. 

Stimulating discussions and presentations on a wide range of topics by members of our congregation. Following Friday Kabbalat Shabbat services and pot-luck. Come for the service, or just for the talk. All are welcome. For more information and complete list of talks, visit the JED Talks page or contact:

A Course for Inquisitive Jews, their Significant Others, Those Considering Adult B’nei Mitzvah or Conversion, and Seekers of Knowledge of Jewish Life

Taught by Rabbi Elizabeth Bolton

This 15-week course is designed for those hoping to deepen their understanding of their Jewish heritage, for those exploring Judaism as a spiritual and religious tradition, as well as for those considering conversion to Judaism.

For more information visit the Exploring Judaism page or contact:

ORH member Tana Saler leads a monthly class that explores the connections between body and mind.

First Wednesday of the month, 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Room 5, Unitarians.

For more information visit the Guf Va'Nafesh page.

A learning activity with the guidance of Rabbi Liz Bolton.

Open to all who want to explore, learn, grow and share a mindfulness experience with a Jewish perspective. Offered the second Thursday of each month, beginning September 2018 through June 2019, 7:15-9:15 pm, 30 Cleary Ave, Room 6, lower level. No RSVP or registration fees required. Come to one or all sessions. 

For more information visit the Mindfulness Meditation page or contact:

Our 2018-2019 booklist includes: The Wisdom of Not Knowing by Estelle Frankel (Nov 4/18 and Dec 2/18); From Enemy to Friend: Jewish Wisdom and the Pursuit of Peace by Rabbi Amy Eilberg (Feb 3/19 and March 3/19); and The Weight of Ink by Rachel Kadish (May 5/19 and June 2/19). For more information visit the Roots and Reflections page.

Fri, February 22 2019 17 Adar I 5779