Events Calendar

Sep
29
Thu
Torah Study with Rabbi Koas
Sep 29 @ 7:15 pm – 9:15 pm

Torah Study with Rabbi Koas
Thursday Evenings at 7:15 pm. This is a
Zoom-Only Meeting.
(Link Can Be Found in the Email Newsletter)

 

 

Rabbi Koas will teach this class, which focuses on a thoughtful reading of the parashah of the week, exploring the historical, ethical and spiritual questions raised by the text.

We explore Torah on three levels:
1.    What meaning did it hold in its original ancient setting?
2.    How have our sages and commentators understood the text over the centuries?
3.    What personal and communal meaning does it hold for us today?
Every session offers learning, lively interchange and ample opportunity for questions and discussion. People of all levels and backgrounds are welcome, and Hebrew knowledge is not required. No prior study of the Torah or Hebrew knowledge is needed. It is not necessary to read ahead or prepare. Although this is an ongoing class, drop-in attendance is welcomed. Be sure to stay after kiddush to continue the conversation with Rabbi Koas.

 

Oct
6
Thu
Torah Study with Rabbi Koas
Oct 6 @ 7:15 pm – 9:15 pm

Torah Study with Rabbi Koas
Thursday Evenings at 7:15 pm. This is a
Zoom-Only Meeting.
(Link Can Be Found in the Email Newsletter)

 

 

Rabbi Koas will teach this class, which focuses on a thoughtful reading of the parashah of the week, exploring the historical, ethical and spiritual questions raised by the text.

We explore Torah on three levels:
1.    What meaning did it hold in its original ancient setting?
2.    How have our sages and commentators understood the text over the centuries?
3.    What personal and communal meaning does it hold for us today?
Every session offers learning, lively interchange and ample opportunity for questions and discussion. People of all levels and backgrounds are welcome, and Hebrew knowledge is not required. No prior study of the Torah or Hebrew knowledge is needed. It is not necessary to read ahead or prepare. Although this is an ongoing class, drop-in attendance is welcomed. Be sure to stay after kiddush to continue the conversation with Rabbi Koas.

 

Oct
12
Wed
Lunch & Learn
Oct 12 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Lunch and Learn is a vibrant group of fressers (eaters) and learners who come together weekly for a little bit of noshing, a little bit of discussion led by Rabbi Koas, and a whole lot of fun! Only $5 a person.

October 12th (in the Sukkah)
October 19th
October 26th

 

Oct
13
Thu
Torah Study with Rabbi Koas
Oct 13 @ 7:15 pm – 9:15 pm

Torah Study with Rabbi Koas
Thursday Evenings at 7:15 pm. This is a
Zoom-Only Meeting.
(Link Can Be Found in the Email Newsletter)

 

 

Rabbi Koas will teach this class, which focuses on a thoughtful reading of the parashah of the week, exploring the historical, ethical and spiritual questions raised by the text.

We explore Torah on three levels:
1.    What meaning did it hold in its original ancient setting?
2.    How have our sages and commentators understood the text over the centuries?
3.    What personal and communal meaning does it hold for us today?
Every session offers learning, lively interchange and ample opportunity for questions and discussion. People of all levels and backgrounds are welcome, and Hebrew knowledge is not required. No prior study of the Torah or Hebrew knowledge is needed. It is not necessary to read ahead or prepare. Although this is an ongoing class, drop-in attendance is welcomed. Be sure to stay after kiddush to continue the conversation with Rabbi Koas.

 

Oct
19
Wed
Lunch & Learn
Oct 19 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Lunch and Learn is a vibrant group of fressers (eaters) and learners who come together weekly for a little bit of noshing, a little bit of discussion led by Rabbi Koas, and a whole lot of fun! Only $5 a person.

October 12th (in the Sukkah)
October 19th
October 26th

 

Oct
20
Thu
Torah Study with Rabbi Koas
Oct 20 @ 7:15 pm – 9:15 pm

Torah Study with Rabbi Koas
Thursday Evenings at 7:15 pm. This is a
Zoom-Only Meeting.
(Link Can Be Found in the Email Newsletter)

 

 

Rabbi Koas will teach this class, which focuses on a thoughtful reading of the parashah of the week, exploring the historical, ethical and spiritual questions raised by the text.

We explore Torah on three levels:
1.    What meaning did it hold in its original ancient setting?
2.    How have our sages and commentators understood the text over the centuries?
3.    What personal and communal meaning does it hold for us today?
Every session offers learning, lively interchange and ample opportunity for questions and discussion. People of all levels and backgrounds are welcome, and Hebrew knowledge is not required. No prior study of the Torah or Hebrew knowledge is needed. It is not necessary to read ahead or prepare. Although this is an ongoing class, drop-in attendance is welcomed. Be sure to stay after kiddush to continue the conversation with Rabbi Koas.

 

Oct
26
Wed
Lunch & Learn
Oct 26 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Lunch and Learn is a vibrant group of fressers (eaters) and learners who come together weekly for a little bit of noshing, a little bit of discussion led by Rabbi Koas, and a whole lot of fun! Only $5 a person.

October 12th (in the Sukkah)
October 19th
October 26th

 

Oct
27
Thu
Torah Study with Rabbi Koas
Oct 27 @ 7:15 pm – 9:15 pm

Torah Study with Rabbi Koas
Thursday Evenings at 7:15 pm. This is a
Zoom-Only Meeting.
(Link Can Be Found in the Email Newsletter)

 

 

Rabbi Koas will teach this class, which focuses on a thoughtful reading of the parashah of the week, exploring the historical, ethical and spiritual questions raised by the text.

We explore Torah on three levels:
1.    What meaning did it hold in its original ancient setting?
2.    How have our sages and commentators understood the text over the centuries?
3.    What personal and communal meaning does it hold for us today?
Every session offers learning, lively interchange and ample opportunity for questions and discussion. People of all levels and backgrounds are welcome, and Hebrew knowledge is not required. No prior study of the Torah or Hebrew knowledge is needed. It is not necessary to read ahead or prepare. Although this is an ongoing class, drop-in attendance is welcomed. Be sure to stay after kiddush to continue the conversation with Rabbi Koas.