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Adult Education Classes

Torah Study

Torah study is held each first and third Saturday from 9:15-10:15 a.m.  You can join any time! Speak to Dick Solomon for more information.

Lunch and Learn:  December Topic:  “What Do Jews Believe about Death and Afterlife?”

Meets in Gurnee at Panera Bread AND in Kenosha at Beth Hillel

Tuesday, December 17 at 12:00 Noon at Panera Bread on Hunt Club Road. If you plan to purchase lunch, please arrive a few minutes early. Please RSVP to Rabbi Feingold if you plan to attend.  If there are no RSVPs, she will not travel to Gurnee. Please RSVP by calling the temple at 262-654-2716 or emailing the Rabbi.

Wednesday, December 18 at 12:00 Noon at BHT in the first floor meeting room. Bring a lunch. Water, coffee and tea provided.

Judaism in Our Lives? A Discussion Group for Interfaith Couples

Rabbi Feingold will facilitate this group for couples in their 20s and 30s on eight Sunday mornings, beginning January 19, 2020. The class will run from 9:15 - 10:30 a.m. and will generally meet on the 3rd and 4th Sundays through April, with a possible group Shabbat dinner as a culmination in May. The class will be geared to the needs and interests of those who join. We may discuss such issues as:

  • dealing with parents and extended family from different backgrounds
  • navigating holidays
  • what makes someone Jewish?
  • anti-Semitism
  • participating in Jewish life
  • raising children
  • compromise and negotiation
  • questions about Judaism, and more.

Sessions will be held on:  Jan 19 and 26, Feb 16 and 23, Mar 15 and 29, April 19 and 26.
There is no fee for the class; donations are appreciated.

Please click here to register by Sunday, January 12.

Pirkei Avot Class

Pirke Avot has been called the “urtext of practical Jewish wisdom.”  These ancient teachings from the great sages of our tradition are looked at in a new way in the book Pirkei Avot, A Social Justice Commentary by Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz.  In this class, we will use Yanklowitz’s book and its vast resources of commentaries, ancient and modern, as a lens to see the world around us and the great issues of our day.  To listen to the author talk about the book, click here.

The class will be held on the second and fourth Tuesday evenings from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. beginning February  11, 2020. It will run through May and is taught by Rabbi Feingold.

Click here to register by February 4 and acquire your own copy of the book online at CCAR Press or Amazon. Also available at Kindle, Apple Books and Google Play.  


Thu, December 12 2019 14 Kislev 5780