Book Club will read and discuss Lone Wolf in Jerusalem by Ehud Diskin. Set primarily in post- WW II Israel, Lone Wolf in Jerusalem is a suspenseful, action-packed novel that is worthy contribution to Jewish historical fiction.
TOLL Book Club - Wednesday December 5, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in the Jay Fink library
Judas by Amos Oz: A scintillating novel set in 1950s Jerusalem blends a tender coming-of-age story with a
thought-provoking study of betrayal
How about taking a dip in the “Sea of Talmud (Jewish Law)?” Jewish law confronts everything from Capital punishment to How to Make Rain. There is seldom a dull moment in this learning. This is open to everyone from beginners thru experts. Texts are provided.
Each week a different topic of Torah study will be discussed utilizing articles written
by contemporary Rabbis and Bible scholars. Among the weekly topics of Torah
discussion will be: Justice, women, ecology, land of Israel, relations with Gentiles at home
and abroad, War and Peace, and many others!
A weekly Shabbat morning discussion of the Torah portion of the week with some attitude. A wonderful way to learn there is more to Torah than meets the eye!
Tree of Life Long Learning Class: Interesting and Fun Facts about the Jewish Calendar: Wednesday, June 14 and Wednesday, July 12, 2017 at 7:30 PM. Fun class led by Cantor Beth Schlossberg which will center around the Jewish calendar. She will go through the calendar and all of the holidays, sharing some interesting and funny traditions, and little known facts about each date.
Join the interim Rabbi Candidate for Shabbat Morning Torah Study for a foray into the weekly Torah on Shabbat Morning in the Social Hall.
Join Rabbi Bob for Shabbat Morning Torah Study for a foray into the weekly Torah on Shabbat Morning in the Social Hall. Each week we will get an overview of the parasha, as well as discuss important and interesting sections.