A Time for Everything Under the Sun: the Rhythms of [Jewish] Life: The philosopher Ecclesiastes wrote that for everything there is a season. (The ‘turn, turn, turn’ part was added a few thousand years later, by Pete Seeger). We will explore what this might mean as our Bet Torah theme for the year. What does it mean to mark time? What does it mean to make time? Is there really, as Ecclesiastes says, a time for weeping and a time for laughing, a time for wailing and a time for dancing? How about a ‘thyme’ for eating? Join us all year for discussions, and meaningful programs as we reflect on these questions and their impact on our lives.
The 2017/2018 Community Engagement and Lifelong Learning Guide is now available! Click HERE, or pick up a copy at Bet Torah.
We're looking forward to learning with you!
Read this article in eJewishphilanthropy about the success of this year's Bet Torah Paired Learning Program from Jerry Fensterstock! Join us in this wonderful program when we do it again this year. Click here for more information on this and other exciting Community Engagement and learning opportunities. If you have any questions, please contact Rabbi Koffman at [email protected]
Click on the links below to learn more about our exciting upcoming opportunities!
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Torah In The Trees
Bet Torah In The City
Paired Learning Program
Jewish Qi Gong and Mindfulness
Prayers and Rituals in Historical Perspective
Adult “Bar and Bat Mitzvah”
iEngage, Israel’s Milestones and Their Meanings
Film Screening and Discussion: “In Search of Israeli Cuisine”
Great Jewish Books Club
Friday Morning Women’s Torah Study Group
Saturday Morning Parashah Discussion