ADULT EDUCATION

MISSION STATEMENT

Our mission at Temple Oheb Shalom’s Office of Life Long Learning is to create and nurture a sacred community through study.  We believe that a strong commitment to lifelong learning brings the presence of God and k’dushah (holiness) into our lives, enhances religious expression, promotes acts of loving kindness and mutual respect, supports commitments to Tikkun Olam (repairing our world), and encourages personal ethical behavior according to Jewish values.  We embrace the individual Jewish journey of each member.

Shabbat                                                                           

Weekly Torah Study: 8:45 AM
Join us every Shabbat morning in the Taylor Learning Center for a lively study of the weekly Torah portion with our Clergy.

Monday Night Classes

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane…NO it’s Sabbatai Zevi!

SABBATAI ZEVI:  What would you do if you knew the Messiah was coming
In the mid-17th century, belief in the false messiah, Shabbatai Zevi, spread like wildfire throughout the Jewish world, sweeping up entire communities that called themselves Sabbatean.  This course will explore the world of the Sabbatean believer, and try to understand what characterized this movement and led to its success and challenges in the aftermath.

Dates: Mondays, October 15, 22, 29, and November 5, 12
Fee:      Members – Free, Non-Members – $50
Faculty:  Sally Fink
Register: Sally@templeohebshalom.org ore 410-358-0105

THE DAVID AND BARBARA HIRSCHHORN ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM

Tuesday

Sisterhood Jewish Text Study
Drop in any or every Tuesday morning for a text study with Rabbi Marc Disick, Rabbi Sarah Marion and our Director of Lifelong Learning, Sally Fink, starting Tuesday, September 25, 2018. The writings come alive through historical, personal and Rabbinic discussions.

Time:  10:15 AM – 11:30 AM
Location:  Taylor Learning Center
Fee: FREE