Adult Learning in Synagogues
Through the generosity of the Newton and Rochelle Becker Charitable Trust and the Myra Reinhard Family Foundation, Jewish LearningWorks is able to facilitate high quality adult learning in synagogue settings.
Jewish LearningWorks offers grants to Bay Area synagogues seeking to create new meaningful and relevant adult learning experiences, with an emphasis on reaching younger adults with children still at home. Click here for information.
Exploring the World of Judaism
Adult learning designed by and for religious school parents.
Featuring a wide range of topics taught at an adult level by leading experts in the field, these sessions meet on Sunday mornings while kids are in religious school. Each session is self-contained and requires no advance reservations. Whether you’re a rabbi or someone who has never attended a day of religious school, you are certain to find these speakers engaging and fascinating.
Exploring the World of Judaism is an easy and convenient way for parents to broaden their Jewish horizons, enrich their Jewish experience, and show their kids that Jewish education is important. Click here for upcoming sessions at Congregation Shir Hadash, made possible by the Newton and Rochelle Becker Charitable Trust and the Myra Reinhard Family Foundation. Questions? Email ExploringWJ@jewishlearningworks.org
Congregation Etz Chayim in Palo Alto offers a rewarding series of Sunday morning learning experiences for adults. Contact Director of Learning Abra Greenspan to learn about upcoming opportunities.
Exploring the World of Judaism is a partnership between Jewish LearningWorks and the participating organizations. It is supported in part by the Newton and Rochelle Becker Charitable Trust and the Myra Reinhard Family Foundation.