Adult Learning

Shabbat Chevra Torah Study

The community is welcome to join us every Saturday morning, 9:00-10:30am, for our master class, Chevra Torah, in the Board Room at Temple Emanuel's Jefferson Road Campus. This study group, led by one of our rabbis, explores the weekly Torah portion. No prerequisite knowledge is needed and all, regardless of background, are welcome to attend. There is no charge for this class.

Adult B'nai Mitzvah

Information Session –

Tuesday, October 15, at 5:45 p.m.

For whatever reason, you did not become Bar or Bat Mitzvah at age 13. No need to worry! Spend a year with Rabbi Koren preparing to lead services and chant fron our sacred scriptures, all while deepening your Jewish involvement and understanding. 

 

Join us for an information session on Tuesday, October 15, at 5:45 p.m. to learn more. 

 

Classes will be held on Tuesday evenings,

6:30-7:30 p.m., beginning October 29, and will continue through the spring with the next Adult B’nai Mitzvah service taking place Thanksgiving weekend 2020. Cost is $75 (includes materials).

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Schmooze with the Rabbi

Every 2nd Wednesday at 12:00 noon

at Proximity.

Have questions you’ve always wanted to ask a rabbi but never had the chance? Maybe you just want to meet new people and have some great conversations over lunch? Well, this is the program for you! Conversation is on us, lunch is on you.

 

RSVP to the Temple office, 336-292-7899 or info@tegreensboro.org. 

A Taste of Judaism® Course 

Tuesdays, November 12, 19 & 26, 2019, 7:00- 9:00 PM

There is no enrollment fee, but pre-registration is requested. 

 

Designed for those who would like to learn about the foundations of Judaism or for those who may be searching for an entryway into Jewish life, the course explores Jewish perspectives on spirituality, values, and community. Comfortable surroundings and an informal atmosphere encourage free and lively discussion of Reform Judaism's approach to living in our rapidly changing society. Experienced rabbis discuss the ways that Judaism addresses issues in our personal and professional lives.  

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Melton Core Curriculum is Coming Back to Greensboro!

 

Yes, the outstanding Melton adult education school is coming back to Greensboro.  These Melton courses are so fabulous and, by special arrangement with Melton and a generous subsidy from Temple Emanuel, they are more affordable than ever!

 

The Melton School Core Curriculum is a comprehensive, sequential series of text-based lessons, comprised of four courses. Each course focuses on at least one major area of Jewish learning, and forms a thread in a carefully woven fabric which integrates Jewish history, religion, ritual, language, ethics, philosophy, literature, theology and contemporary Jewish life.

 

There are two courses that will be taught at Temple Emanuel this year: 

 

CROSSROADS OF JEWISH HISTORY – This course merges the concepts of history and memory in order to better understand how each has shaped Judaism today. With an emphasis on reclaiming the richness of Jewish history, the chronological exploration investigates significant crossroads where Jews took major decisions that shaped our shared identity and destiny.

THE ETHICS OF JEWISH LIVING – How do Jewish teachings shed light on contemporary issues such as the environment, inter-personal relationships, end-of-life decisions, and stem-cell research? This course explores the wisdom of ancient and modern rabbis, scholars and thinkers, offering multiple Jewish approaches to conducting our lives in the communal and private spheres.   

These courses will be taught back-to-back (with a short break in-between) on Wednesday nights for 25 weeks, beginning September 18, 2019.  Cost is $100 which includes the source book for each course.  These courses are being subsidized by Temple Emanuel. 

(The actual tuition is $243 per person.)

For more information, please contact Temple office, 336-292-7899 or info@tegreensboro.org. 

For more info, or to sign up, email us at info@tegreensboro.org

ABOUT US

As a diverse congregation, we explore Jewish traditions, culture, rituals, and history in a warm environment that is inclusive, relevant, and inspirational. Preschooler or retiree, teen or mother, survivor or corporate climber, there are meaningful services, ceremonies and engaging events for everyone.

CONTACT US

(336) 292-7899

Jefferson Road Campus:

1129 Jefferson Rd

Greensboro, North Carolina 27410

*Offices at Jefferson Road Campus

Greene Street Campus:

713 North Greene Street

Greensboro, North Carolina 27401

Info@tegreensboro.org

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