Faith in Our Lives

A Shalom Hartman Institute course led by Rabbi Brusso.

Join us as we explore and discuss questions of faith, trust, and practice in a six-session adult education course using the Shalom Hartman Institute curriculum “Foundations for a Thoughtful Judaism.”

Sunday, January 23rd 9:45am – 11am at Bet Torah
Thursday, February 3rd 12pm – 1:15pm on Zoom
Sunday, February 13th 9:45am – 11am at Bet Torah
Thursday, March 3rd 12pm – 1:15pm on Zoom
Sunday, March 13th 9:45am – 11am at Bet Torah
Thursday, March 24th 12pm – 1:15pm on Zoom

If you would like to join, please RSVP to Ilana Fleischner, ifleischner@bettorah.org.

For more information contact Rabbi Brusso, rabbibrusso@bettorah.org.

Foundations for a Thoughtful Judaism is a pluralistic curriculum that introduces foundational concepts of Judaism and Jewish life. Using ancient and modern texts, learners explore the most compelling and deepest questions in Jewish thought, and the principles and debates that underlie our Jewish heritage.