Jewish Learning is a lifetime endeavor!
Upcoming Adult Education Events
Jewish History Chavurah
Tuesday July 2 at 7 PM
The readings to be discussed at our next Jewish History Chavurah will be from a section of the Smithsonian Magazine from November 2018. This is not really a book, but a series of articles focusing on holocaust diaries. After the Smithsonian articles, our upcoming books will be First is Uprooted: 3000 Years of Jewish Civilization in the Arab World Vanished Overnight by Lyn Julius and Wanderings by Chaim Potok. For more information, click here to contact Jeannie Moskowitz.
Hebrew and About Hebrew: Adult Class (starts again this fall 2019)
Instructor: Rona Frank
Rona was born and raised in Israel, she is well-educated in Jewish history, and an experienced teacher.
This course teaches reading, writing, basic grammar and vocabulary. We work on basic conversational skills from the very beginning.The course teaches the language while viewing it in its historical context and the extraordinary history of the Jewish people. Hebrew survived though sacred manuscripts passed from generation to generation and has become the official language of the state of Israel. Today it is a hybrid of new and ancient. It is rooted in history, yet it is constantly changing, mirroring the vibrant Israeli society and evolving Jewish culture worldwide. Please join us on this fun, intriguing and informative journey.
This class is scheduled for Sunday mornings for the convenience of religious school parents. This class will be a continuation of last year’s beginners group.
Local Children Experiencing Homelessness: One Way Schools are Trying to Help
Tuesday, June 18
10:30 AM – 12 PM
Temple De Hirsh Sinai, Bellevue: 3850 156th Avenue SE, Bellevue
Teachers are on the front line witnessing the growing number of students experiencing homelessness. Melissa Slater is part of a local solution in Bellevue serving as the Best Starts for Kids Out-of-School-Time grant manager. Best Starts for Kids invests 65 million each year to support King County families and children to set them up for success. Join us as Melissa shares the specifics of how building a strong connection between school and out-of-school time can be positive and powerful, especially for historically underserved and marginalized students.