April 18, 2018 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Jewish medical ethics is an exploration of a multitude of Jewish texts – Talmud, commentaries, codes and responsa (written decisions and rulings by rabbis), helping us to determine what Judaism believes about various medical issues. Each month we will explore a different issue in the medical community by studying what our texts say about these issues and working to understand what Reform Judaism has to say in each of these cases. No experience or prior knowledge is necessary. Each month will be a stand alone topic. Join us in person when you can; or virtually via zoom when you are unable to join in person.

(Class will take place the second Wednesday of every month with the exception of October and January, when it will be the third Wednesday of the month– October 18 and January 17)

The April 11 class has been moved to Wednesday, April 18.

Registration required. Please click here.