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.
One of Judaism’s greatest strengths is its affinity for diverse opinions and the debate, for the “sake of Heaven” to implement God’s will in our lives. The Talmud is the source from which this affinity for debate and the code of Jewish halakhah (law) is derived. In our lessons, we will focus on Masekhet Megillah, Purim and all that concerns Esther HaMalka.
For many, the study of Talmud can seem overwhelming. We will learn at a slow and deliberate pace, sequentially studying a single page of Talmud throughout the week. (Beginners are welcome.)
Get ready to dive into a space of meaning, where the words, sentences and stories create a profound, meaningful and valuable Jewish learning experience on a personal level.
This learning series is offered via Zoom only. There is no charge but pre-registration is required to access the link. To register, click here>>