ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES AND EVENTS
SUMMER ALEPH-BET CLASS
For those who do not know how or need to review the Aleph-Bet. Begin reading basic words from the siddur (prayerbook) the first day! Classes meet for 8 weeks beginning Sunday July 2 from 1:30-3:00 PM. Cost is free for members; $120 for non-members. Book fee is $15. Registration prior to class is required
SUMMER PRAYERBOOK HEBREW
Ongoing class. Work on reading fluency from the siddur (prayerbook). Classes meet for 8 weeks beginning Sunday July 2 from 3:00-4:00 PM. Cost is free for members; $80 for non-members.
Registration prior to class is required.
Instructor: Sherrie Stohl
NEW CLASSES COMING IN THE FALL OF 2017...Check back soon!
LUNCH N' LEARN - At The Legacy at Willow Bend. These monthly study sessions are the third Tuesday of every month, from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (no summer Lunch N' Learn). Study sessions include discussions on timely topics led by Rabbi Cohen, preceded by a delicious lunch. These sessions are open to the community. NOTE: In order for the Legacy to know how much food to prepare, please RSVP 3 business days ahead to Lisa Harris: 972.468.6233. (It's OK to leave a voice message with your reservation.)
ADDITIONAL ADULT EDUCATION:
Periodically throughout the year, Nishmat Am offers mini-courses (4-6 weeks in duration) on a variety of topics, weekend scholars-in-residence, and guest speakers.
OTHER EDUCATIONAL EVENTS:
- Shavuot Eve Learn-A-Thon
- Pre-holiday Workshops
- Fall Lecture Series
- Spring Lecture Series
- Scholars-in-Residence programs with Guest Speakers
- Special outreach programs
- Shabbat Dinners
- Annual Gala
- Annual Purim Celebration
- Special programs for our children connected with Jewish holidays or special projects
NISHMAT AM LIBRARY
Give your eyes a break from the computer screen. Give your mind a break from the hassles of the daily grind. Explore the depth and breadth of Jewish knowledge.
library is a treasure of information and knowledge for you to explore
and learn. Visit our library weekdays between 9:00 AM and 3:30 PM.
Titles cover a wide range of subjects and are classified by the
and American Jewish History
Mysticism and Kabbalah Israel and Zionism Spirituality and Renewal Holocaust Jewish Identity Jewish-Christian Relations Ethics Biographies/Memoirs Tales and Folklore Rabbinic Literature Women and Feminism Philosophy, Thought, Theology General Jewish Knowledge Anti-Semitism Observance and Jewish Living Religious Life Shabbat and Holidays Prayer and liturgy Hebrew Contemporary Issues Yiddish Torah Commentary Humor Faith and Belief Children’s Books