- Parashat Hashavua – from Tuesday, Oct. 1
- Mystic Mocha – from Friday, Oct. 18
- Biblical Hebrew Level 1 – from Monday, Oct 21
- Introduction to Judaism – from Thursday, Oct. 24
- Hebrew School (cheder) for Adults – from Sunday, Oct. 27
- Tichon Hebrew High – from Sunday, Oct. 27
- Hebrew Poetry – from October 30 – January 22 (new dates!)
Parashat HaShavua – Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 1
Come study the weekly Torah portion through the teachings of Talmudic Sages. We study of the Torah Temmimah, a collection of Talmudic teachings that relate to the weekly Torah portion. Class meets Tuesday evenings at 7:30 pm starting with Bereishit (Genesis) on October 1st. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Mystic Mocha – Beginning Friday, Oct. 18
Come and explore the weekly Torah portion to search for deeper meaning and understanding. Grab a nosh and join Rabbi Harry for this weekly learning. Fridays at Solstice Café, Pandora Avenue from 12:30 to 1:30 pm.
Fall Hebrew Literacy Class: Biblical Hebrew Level 1
with Gidi Nahshon, from Monday, Oct. 21
This is a beginner’s level course, and is designed for the individual with very little or no previous knowledge of the Hebrew alphabet. You will be introduced to the Hebrew language, using the Shabbat evening service as a guide. The goal of the class is to enable students to learn to read simple Hebrew prayers, including learning the melodies.
**Monday evenings at the Synagogue 7-9 pm, starting October 21, 16 classes**.
NOTE: registration for this class is now over.
Introduction to Judaism
from Thursday, Oct. 24
This is a 13-session class that gives participants a macro-view of Judaism, spanning issues from Jewish law to holiday celebration, from learning the basics of keeping kosher and Shabbat to Jewish history and theology. Classes begin on Oct. 24, 7:30 pm in the synagogue.
Hebrew School (Cheder) for Adults – CANCELLED
from Sunday, Oct. 27
Dear Adult Hebrew School (Cheder) Students,
We have a glitch in our programming. There is no room at the shul for another class – ours. It is my hope that we will have our space issue solved by the Spring and will launch this class next year. Meanwhile if you were planning on attending and have an interest in learning basic Hebrew, learning about our holidays, blessings and the like let me know and we can try to work out some private lessons. Kol tuv,
– Rabbi Harry
Tichon Hebrew High
from Sunday, Oct. 27
Great Pizza dinners and conversation! This year we will learn about Social Action from a Jewish perspective and we will perceive, plan and implement a meaningful project. The first gathering on Sunday, October 27, 6:00 pm at Rabbi Harry’s home, 1373 Craigdarroch Road, Victoria. Contact Rabbi Harry at email@example.com if interested
October 30 to January 22
Enter the world of Hebrew poetry through a unique combination of learning that will marry the mechanics and beauty of poetic expression with the exploration of the history, culture and context of Hebrew poets and the richness of the Hebrew language. Poems will be studied in the original Hebrew, with English translations. Knowledge of Hebrew will be helpful, but not necessary. All are welcome to take this unique poetic journey through Jewish history. Co-taught by Hebrew language teacher Gidi Nahshon and poet/teacher Barbara Pelman.Wednesday evenings, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.Textbook: $35.00, Course fee: $150.00. Please contact Elisheva Gray for further information or to register at 250-472-6408 or firstname.lastname@example.org.