ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES AND EVENTS


Our CONVERSATIONAL HEBREW CLASS  has been postponed indefinitely.  We are sorry for the inconvenience.  We will let you know when it will be offered again.  


PRAYERBOOK HEBREW

Ongoing class.  Work on reading fluency from the Siddur (prayerbook), singing the prayers, and great discussions on meanings and traditions of prayers. Meet each Sunday from 1:30-3:30 PM and will begin again on Sunday, October 8.  Cost is free for members; $10 a class for non-members.  No need to call ahead, just show up!  Meets in the library.

Instructor: Sherrie Stohl


TORAH REFLECTIONS - Weekly Torah study with Rabbi Cohen every Shabbat morning from 8:30-9:30 am.  Meets in the library.


MONTHLY CLASSES/EVENTS:

LUNCH N' LEARN
- At The Legacy at Willow Bend. Next session is on Tuesday, October10, 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 by Thursday, Oct. 5 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.

Nishmat Am's 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 following categories:

History – General, Ancient, Modern
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