Introduction to Judaism
Sonoma County Jewish Community Center
Wednesdays, January – April 2019 @ 7:00 pm
Join our Sonoma County Rabbis for a 14-session exploration of Jewish life, beliefs and practice.
This class will appeal to those who want to learn about the basics of Judaism or expand on what they already know.
People of all backgrounds and without prior knowledge are welcome.
Courses held Wednesday evenings, January-April 2019, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
January 9th: The Beginning of Wisdom Introductory Class, All Rabbis
January 16th & 23rd: What is Judaism? & What Does it Mean to be a Jew? Rabbi Feldman
January 30th: Hatch, Match, Dispatch: Exploring Jewish Lifecycle Traditions, Rabbi Wolvovsky
February 6th: The Emergence of Modern Israel, Rabbi Finley
February 13th & 20th: People of the Book & The Art of Jewish Prayer, Rabbi Miller
Febuary 27th: Jewish Life Cycles, Nature’s Cycles: Rediscovering the Hebrew Calendar, Rabbi Golden
March 6th: A Millennium in the Life of the Jews, Reb Keller
March 13th: Mikveh to Mourning: The Sacred Way of Marking Time, Rabbi Kramer
March 28th (Thursday): Mussar: The Art of Being a Mensch, Rabbi Cahn
April 3rd: DNA of the Soul, Rabbi Bush
April 10th: “God” – a Jewish Exploration, Rabbi Gittleman
April 17th: Journey of Liberation Course Closure, All Rabbis
Find full course descriptions at http://www.jccsoco.org/j101-2019
Please be mindful of others who require a scent-free, smoke-free space.
$125 for the entire series.
The course textbook “Living Judaism” by Wayne D. Dosick is not included in course fee.
Scholarships available by contacting Ellen Blustein, email@example.com or (707) 528-2549.
Registration and payment available online only through the JCC Sonoma County’s website http://www.jccsoco.org/j101-2019
Congregation Ner Shalom
85 La Plaza
Cotati, CA 94931