Jewish Learning Fellowship
Wednesdays, CHANGE OF DATES! January 26, February 2, 9, and 16, March 2 and 9, 6:15-7:15 p.m. (no JLF the week of February Break) on Zoom. $125/six weekly courses.
Are you interested in an intellectual discussion of important topics in Jewish life with your Bet Torah peers and an academically-minded adult mentor? Our Jewish Learning Fellowship is perfect for you!
Program contingent on enrollment.
Past JLF Programs
2021 (Pilot Year)
PG-13 Bible Stories
In this series taught by rabbinical school student Lindsay Goldman, we will explore some extraordinary stories from all over the Bible including new characters, as well as characters with whom you might be familiar–but I bet you didn’t know they did this!
We will address everything from angelic beings and lesser-known miracles to issues of consent, gender, and sexuality. Maybe our ancestors were more like us than we knew… Let’s find out!
Lindsay Goldman is currently in her third year of rabbinical school at the Jewish Theological Seminary. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in General and Special Education from New York University. Lindsay spent two years at Maryland Hillel as the Jewish Experience Associate and later served as the Slifka-Nadich Rabbinic Fellow as a first year rabbinical student.
Prior to studying at JTS, Lindsay spent two years teaching middle school Rabbinics at the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School in Rockville, MD. She currently teaches at Ansche Chesed Hebrew School, DC Minyan Cohort Pilot Program and is the Slifka-Nadich Rabbinic Fellow at The Bronfman Center at NYU.
Lindsay loves country music, traveling the world, and reading new books with her book club.