There is a weekly Shabbat dvar followed by a participatory discussion. We have a range of study opportunities and are always open to new projects for study. Continuing our tradition of being a congregation organized upon volunteering, any member is welcome to develop a new program of study. Members also offer study programs for Bar and Bat Mitzvahs for teens and adults.
Current study groups include:
12:00 – 1:15 p.m. Talmud study: Tractate Megillah., 1410 Grant St., 3rd floor, entryway B at Conference room, 1410 Grant Street, Third floor, entryway B. Rabbinic participant – Rabbi Howard Hoffman.
12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Talmud Study (currently studying Bava Metzia): Study and participatory discussion of surprisingly timely economic, commercial, and consumer issues. 950 S. Cherry St., Ste 900. Contact: Chuck Jacobs email@example.com; 303-753-9000.
7:30 p.m. Talmud Study Class, Tractate Ta’anit, Rabbinic Stories, 170 So. Dexter St. Rabbinic facilitator –Rabbi Shachne Sommers. Contact: Bruce Heitler firstname.lastname@example.org
4:30 – 5:45 p.m. Teen Study Group, Kohelet House, 428 S. Forest St. Contact: Bruce Heitler email@example.com
NOTE: This class does not meet during the summer months and will resume in fall 2017.
Jewish-related Literature Study
A hybrid class with online lectures to be viewed, books to be read, and periodic face-to-face and online discussions. First book: Daniel Deronda by George Eliot; lectures by Professor Ruth Wisse.