A Community Prayer Project Offering
CJS: Wise Aging Lunch & Learn with Larry Yermack
Those in their sixties and seventies can count themselves as part of an extraordinary, history-making generation, now primed to be pioneers in understanding and making the most of this “third chapter” stage of life. These healthy years of aging are not the end; they are full of potential for learning and growth. The Wise Aging program provides new resources and support to live the later years with spirit, resilience, and wisdom. (Series: Tuesdays, October 23, November 6, 27 & December 11)
Adult Hebrew Class with Tikva Farber
Offered several times throughout the year, the Modern Hebrew course is intended to develop verbal communication skills in the spoken modern Hebrew language. Infused with Israeli culture, a variety of methods and modalities are used to reach the goal of speaking Hebrew as it is spoken in Modern Israel. Learn more here: http://www.hebrewwithtikva.com/
- Practice dialogues
- Practice reading to reinforce the conversational lessons
- Learn to write in HebrewConversational Hebrew (at Lerman Law)
October 5 – November 30 | Fridays, 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. | (no class 11/23) | Registration through Lehrhaus Judaica.
This course is intended to develop verbal communication skills in the spoken modern Hebrew language. Infused with Israeli culture, a variety of methods and modalities are used to reach the goal of speaking Hebrew as spoken in Modern Israel. Students will practice speaking Hebrew as well as reading to reinforce the conversational lessons and writing in the practical everyday Hebrew format; they will also learn grammar, patterns, geography, and about the daily lives of Israelis.
ON HIAITUS UNTIL OCTOBER 5Biblical and Prayerbook Hebrew (at Kol Shofar)
Tuesdays, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. | $160 (KS Members)
This course is designed for those who want to learn Hebrew by studying the Tanakh תנ״ך (Hebrew Bible) and the Siddur סידור (prayer book) in their original authentic language.
Kol Shofar offers an 18-week Judaism 101 course each year in partnership with the Miller Introduction to Judaism program at the American Jewish University in Los Angeles.
This 18-week course is for those who would like to learn about Judaism from the ground up, or to fill in gaps from what they learned (or didn’t learn) as a child. The class also prepares those considering conversion. It covers Hebrew pronunciation, biblical and rabbinic writings, history and culture, holy days, festivals, Shabbat, Jewish concepts of God and ethics, life cycle, dietary laws and Israel. By the end of the course, students will be able to read aloud any Hebrew text with vowels. Students who wish to take a single class by topic may do so. Topical learning begins a half hour into the session.