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Adult Education


 
Weekly Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Sherry Grinsteiner

Enjoy your lunch in person or from the comfort of your home and delve into Parashah study with Rabbi and friends.

Thursdays 12:00-1:00 PM - December 1stIn-person and Zoom   Register for any number of classes.

 

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Holiday 101 - Traditions That Inspire Our Lives with Rabbi Sherry Grinsteiner

Discussion of each holiday's Who, What, Where, and How. We will learn the different holidays' traditions and their relevance to our lives today. We will also share ideas that inspire us as we celebrate the holidays with our families at home. In-person and Zoom. Register for any number of classes.

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Tuesday, December 13th, 7-8 PM - Hanukkah

Tuesday, January 31st, 7-8 PM – Tu B'Shvat

Tuesday, February 28th, 7-8 PM – Purim

Tuesday, March 21st, 7-8 PM – Passover

Tuesday, March 28th, 7-8 PM – Passover, the Haggadah

Thursday, April 20th, 6-7 PM – Yom HaAtzmaut

Tuesday, May 16th, 7-8 PM – Shavuot

 

Digging Deeper:  Archaeology and the Bible with Frankie Snyder

In this series, we will be looking at the intersection of the Bible and archaeology: how archaeological finds have shed light on Biblical texts or how Biblical texts have shed light on archaeological finds. Each class will focus on a different archaeological find or group of finds, sometimes on an archaeological site, and dig into the Bible to see how these discoveries help us give new meaning to familiar Biblical texts.

Register for any number of classes. Zoom only.

Tuesdays 7:00-8:00 PM via Zoom

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December 20th – Digging Deeper Session #5: Life in Jerusalem, 20 BCE-70CE/AD at 7:00 to 8:00 PM, Zoom Only

 

January 10th – Digging Deeper Session #6 Life in Jerusalem, 1000-500 CE

February 14th – Digging Deeper Session #7 Life in Jerusalem, Around 500 CE/AD

March 14th – Topic TBD

April 11th – Topic TBD

May 2nd – Topic TBD

Frankie Snyder is a native of Richmond who has recently returned to the city after a 50-year absence. Frankie spent the past 14 years living in Jerusalem, where she worked as an archaeologist. Her academic background includes a Master's degree in Judaic Studies from Hebrew College in Boston, and she is a licensed Israeli tour guide. Although her primary specialty is the opus sectile tiles used by King Herod in his palaces and on the Temple Mount, her 13 years of archaeological wet-sifting experience for various sites around Jerusalem and digs around Israel have given her wide-ranging expertise in the identification of "small finds" often overlooked in archaeological reports. With this varied background, Frankie will host an adult education series entitled "Digging Deeper: Archaeology and the Bible."

 

Reading Hebrew with Rabbi Sherry Grinsteiner is coming soon.

Trope class with Rabbi Sherry Grinsteiner coming in January 2023

 
Mon, December 5 2022 11 Kislev 5783