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Running on Jewish Time: A Closer Look at the Calendar and Our Place Within It
Tuesday evenings 7-8:30 p.m, March 17, 24, 31. Cost: $18
A 3-part series on the Jewish calendar. We'll be exploring what makes "running on Jewish time" truly unique, and what the rabbis had in mind when they constructed the yearly, monthly, weekly, and daily cycles of Jewish life. 

Telling Our Stories: The Art of The Spiritual Autobiography
Thursday afternoons, 2:30-4:00p.m., March 19, 26, April 2
In this mini course, we will begin writing our spiritual narrative; the story of our spiritual path, a spiritual autobiography or memoir. Using a series of questions as prompts, we can access experiences of “the divine,” of inspirational figures in our lives, of struggle, of ambiguity, of clarity, of peace. No formal writing experience neccessary.

What's Bothering Rashi? An Introduction to Reading Judaism's Greatest Commentator
Tuesday evenings 7-8:30 p.m., April 28, May 5, 12
In this mini-course, we will learn about Rashi, one of the most influential commentators in history. Countless generations have used his commentaries to elucidate the meaning of our most sacred stories. We’ll experiment together using his comments to enhance our own study as we consider how Torah’s teachings infuse our lives with meaning. 

2020 Altshuler Scholar in Residence
with Dr. Reuven Firestone

March 13-15

Shabbat Dinner, March 13 7:30 pm   $20/pp
"The Five Pillars of Islam & Judaism"

Shabbat Morning Text Study, March 14
"Torah Portion Ki Tissa and the Golden Calf it appears in the Qur'an!"

Se'udat Shlishit, March 14  4:30 pm
"Islamophobia & Antisemitism: History & Possibility"

Sunday Morning Study, March 15 
"Whose Jerusalem?  The Holy City in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam"

Mon, July 13 2020 21 Tammuz 5780