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Upcoming

Class

Introduction to Judaism - Congregation Beth Israel, Scottsdale, AZ

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17 Elul 5782 to 10 Shevat 5783
Congregation Beth Israel 10460 North 56th Street, Scottsdale, AZ 85032
This is a multi-access event

Join Phoenix-area Reform Rabbis for an in depth look at Jewish holidays, rituals, life cycles, and beliefs. This course is perfect for those considering conversion, those joining a Jewish family, those who want to brush up on their Jewish learning, or those who simply want to learn more. 


This class

Class

Introduction to Jewish Life - Toronto, ON

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18 Elul 5782 to 5 Sivan 5783
This is a virtual event

Introduction to Jewish Life is an intensive course of study for individuals and couples who want to explore Judaism in depth.  Students will learn about God, Torah, prayer, beliefs, Jewish Holidays, life-cycle events, history, basic Hebrew and much more. Over the course of the approximately 30 weeks of study, students

Holiday

Selichot Services

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21 Elul 5782 to 21 Elul 5782

For many Jews, the High Holiday season begins with Rosh HaShanah and the start of the new month of Tishrei. Jewish tradition, however, teaches that the preceding month of Elul is a time of soul-searching and reflection to prepare oneself for the magnitude of the Days of Awe. It is during this time that we observe Selichot (also spelled s'lichot).

Torah Portion

Ki Tavo

Deuteronomy 26:1–29:8
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21 Elul 5782
Haftarah: Isaiah 60:1-22
Selichot is observed

When you enter the land that the Eternal your God is giving you as a heritage, and you possess it and settle in it, you shall take some of every first fruit of the soil, which you harvest from the land that the Eternal your God is giving to you, put it in a basket and go to the place where the Eternal your God will choose to establish the divine name. - Deuteronomy 26:1-2

Class

Learn to Read Hebrew for Adults (Cohort 2022-12) - Union for Reform Judaism

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22 Elul 5782 to 17 Kislev 5783
This is a virtual event

Get started with aleph-bet!

Familiarity with Hebrew can be a key to feeling at home in the Jewish community. Learn the shapes and sounds of the Hebrew alphabet, with a warm and supportive educator to guide you and a group of classmates for practicing together. Recognize and understand common Hebrew words