Join us for one or all of these topics! Our facilitator, Cheryl Gordon, MAT-MSJS, is an enthusiastic Jewish educator who helps teens through seniors discover personal relevance and joy in Judaism. She is a member of NCJW and serves on the board of Mandel JDS.
Dates: See below
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Place: NCJW office, 26055 Emery Rd., Warrensville Hts.
Cost: $5.00. Bring your own lunch.
RSVP: Call Lisa at the NCJW office at 216-378-2204
Wednesday March 14 – Judaism as a Work in Progress
Three thousand years have passed and Torah is still relevant. That’s because there’s a process built in to keep it timely. In this session, we’ll learn how and why Judaism continuously evolves. Additionally, we’ll look at some fascinating recent “responsa” that address very contemporary issues through a Jewish lens.
Monday April 16 – Talmud, Torah, Tanach
Sometimes we feel lost when speakers use Jewish terminology and don’t bother to explain. When an alphabet soup of Jewish terms gets tossed around with no opportunity to digest it, there’s no shame in admitting we need help. In this session, we’ll clear things up by examining the top 20 (or so) items critical to Jewish literacy.