Judaism 101 - Introduction to Judaism: Begins October 8 @ 10 AM
Sundays: October 8, 15, 22, 29; 10-11 AM in the SECC
In this 4 session course, students will experience the beginnings of Judaism and become familiar with some of the basic beliefs and tenets of one of the largest religions in the world. You’ll be introduced to the Synagogue and life customs and traditions such as bris and bar mitzvah. Jewish celebrations and Holy Days are also briefly introduced in order to offer greater understanding of the origination and importance of traditions found within Judaism. You’ll be introduced into home life in a Jewish family, as well as the types of foods considered kosher. You’ll gain a glimpse into the written and oral laws of Judaism and understand why they’re so important to the Jewish people, from rules regarding marriage to how Jewish families grieve the loss of a loved one. Concepts regarding Jewish prayer, beliefs regarding mysticism, and the existence of angels and demons, and afterlife are also covered. Email Jessica at email@example.com to register or for more information.
Cost (Includes all materials): Members: $36; Non-members: $72