Introduction to Judaism: An Exploration for Curious Adults


Join this 20-session course on Jewish life, thought and practice
• Discover Judaism from an adult perspective
• Become a more confident parent of Jewish children
• Explore long-standing questions that you haven’t yet asked

Join this 20-session course on Jewish life, thought and practice
In a warm and open environment, explore Jewish thought, prayer and practice,
learn about Jewish history and holidays, wrestle with inherited texts and contemporary issues, discuss Jewish views of God, ethics, life and death.

Join this 20-session introduction to Jewish life, thought and practice.
The curriculum is designed to give you access to concepts, vocabulary and observances
that are central to Judaism. Explore the holy and the historical, inherited texts and
contemporary issues, rhythms of the calendar and of our lives in this seminar-style

Rabbi Sue Oren, Instructor and Coordinator
Class meets from 7:00-9:00 PM at Kane Street Synagogue (Cobble Hill)
First session : April 30
*advanced registration required
For registration & questions, contact Rabbi Sue Oren at

This class is co-sponsored by:
Beloved, Brooklyn Heights Synagogue, B’ShERT: Beth Shalom v’Emeth Reform Temple,
Congregation Mount Sinai, East Midwood Jewish Center, Flatbush Jewish Center,
Kane Street Synagogue, Kolot Chayeinu/Voices of Our Lives,
Park Slope Jewish Center, Union Temple