At Beth Tzedec, we understand the importance of cultivating lasting friendships and maintaining ties to the community, which is why our senior-focused initiatives aim to foster a sense of belonging and provide a supportive network. As Rabbi Steve Wernick has pointed out in his sermons, loneliness is a disease and community is the cure. Join us to connect with like-minded individuals, engage in meaningful activities, and create lasting memories.
Beth Tzedec doubly recognizes the importance of families sharing Jewish experiences together! We’re creating programming that is meaningful and enjoyable for the whole family – children, parents and grandparents. As the largest conservative synagogue in the world, we maintain Jewish traditions across generations, while creating new ones.
Ritual Director Lorne Hanick leads a course in Hebrew reading for beginners and near-beginners who want to learn to read with fluency. Upon completion, students will be comfortable reading Hebrew at synagogue services and following the Torah reading. The emphasis will be on reading fluency but attention will also be paid to the vocabulary and grammar in the primer.
There is no charge but pre-registration is required. To register, click here>>.
Presented as part of the Institute of Jewish Learning in memory of Anne and Max Tanenbaum