Fun and Food!
Jewish scholars have immersed themselves in divrei Torah – words of Torah – for thousands of years.
What is so captivating that they do this again and again, year in and year out?
Come find out!
Each month we will engage in a lively discussion of the Torah portion being read that Shabbat. We’ll explore its meaning, its history, and its relevance for our lives today. We will use a variety of sources and translations, especially The Bible with Sources Revealed by Richard Elliott Friedman (available on Amazon). Students will leave each session with questions to ponder and additional material to read, review and absorb.
This year’s dates and portions are:
September 21: Ki Tavo
October 19: Chol HaMoed Sukkot
November 16: Vayera
December 14: Vayishlach – NEXT STUDY SESSION!
January 11: Vayechi
February 8: B’shalach
March 14: Ki Tisa
April 11: Pesach III Shabbat
May 9: Emor
June 6: Naso
The cost is $360 for all 10 sessions or $60 per individual session. All meetings will be held at the Princeton home of Rabbi Adrienne from 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and (of course!) will include refreshments. To register, please contact Rabbi Adrienne at firstname.lastname@example.org.