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Lifelong Learning

New Scholar In Residence Program

The Education Committee of the Temple Board of Trustees, announces the schedule of speakers for the Scholar in Residence Program, part of our Life Long Learning Series. Please join us on these selected Sunday mornings at 10:00 am, at the JCC. This is in place of Parenting in the Parasha class.

March 18: Dr. Robert Ruberg, Professor Emeritus and senior adviser in the Departments of Plastic Surgery and Urology at OSU, will lead a discussion on Life and Loss in Columbus, 1918: An Introduction to the Columbus Jewish Historical Society’s 2018 exhibit. The year 1918 brought many challenges to the Jewish community of central Ohio, including World War I and the devastating Spanish Flu epidemic.

April 8: Professor Mitchell Snay, of Denison University. Professor Snay's area of interest, is nineteenth-century America. He will be discussing Political Violence: John Brown’s Raid on Harper’s Ferry in 1859, and the Ku Klux Klan in the Reconstruction South.

We invite you to come and nourish your minds in discussion of lively topics. Coffee will be available.

Judaism 101 - An Introduction to Judaism

This course is for anyone who wants to review the basics of Jewish belief, practice, and values, and for those thinking about converting to Judaism. This 15-week course of study is taught by Cantor Lauren Bandman. Registration required.  Class fee is $100 per student.  Click here to register.

Beginning Wednesday, January 3 from 6:30 - 8:00 PM

At Congregation Beth Shalom:
January 3
January 10
January 17
January 24
January 31

At Congregation Beth Tikvah:
February 7
February 14
February 21
March 7
March 14

At Temple Israel/location TBD:
March 21
March 28
April 4
April 18
April 25

Please note: One date above will change because the class will meet Friday instead of Wednesday one week for a Shabbat session. That specific date is TBD because it will be coordinated between Cantor Bandman and the students in the class. 

Thu, April 26 2018 11 Iyyar 5778