When:
February 14, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

During this 16-week course, we will explore beliefs and customs basic to Judaism. Through assigned readings, group study, lectures, and class discussion, we hope to answer many of the questions you have about Judaism and to raise new questions as well! We begin each class by studying the weekly Torah portion together, in a disucssion led by students in the class. Students write a weekly reflection submitted to the course instructor on a question related to that week’s class topic. We welcome Shabbat together on one Friday evening during the course by having Shabbat dinner and attending services at the synagogue that is hosting our class. This class is open to individuals who want to know more about Judaism or want to strengthen their foundational knowledge.

Instructor: Rabbi Stephanie Bernstein, coordinator and teacher for Introduction to Judaism, Union for Reform Judaism, Washington, DC metropolitan area.

For more information or to register, please click here, or contact Rabbi Bernstein using the information below.

Repeats:
Weekly on Wednesday until June 13, 2018
Excluding: April 4, 2018, February 28, 2018
Contact:
Rabbi Stephanie Bernstein301-229-6008E-mail