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Spring Course Offerings

WHY?...Thinking Jewish. 20th & 21st Century American Jewish Theology w/ Rabbi Sirkman

Monday April 5, 12, 19, 26


To register, click here.

Explore the meaning of God’s existence, the insight of Revelation at Sinai, the purpose of our Creation and how we might bring about Redemption from 6 modern/post-modern spiritual systems…Consider how asking WHY makes us WHO we are

For the Zoom link, click here.

Meeting ID: 991 4011 9746
Passcode: 262785

For a copy of the handout for Monday April 19th, click here.

Doing Jewish: Behind the Scenes & Across the Ages w/ Rabbi Frankel

Thursday April 8, 15, 22


To register, click here.


Ever wonder about the origins of common Jewish ritual objects or what our ancient traditions might mean to US as modern, Reform Jews?  Join Rabbi Frankel to explore the evolution of some key Jewish customs and symbols, and how we might yet reimagine them today.

For the zoom link, click here.

Meeting ID: 960 5415 1702
Passcode: 465220

LT on the Go

Wednesday, April 18th @ 10AM

Please join us for a virtual tour of The Museum of Jewish Heritage’s Meeting Hate with Humanity: Life During the Holocaust. This tour examines the impact of World War II and the Nazi genocide on Jewish lives and communities in Europe.

Through inquiry-based artifact exploration, participants will examine issues of continuity of cultural identity, responsibility to community, and decision-making. This virtual tour is part of the Museum’s exhibit “Auschwitz. Not long ago, Not far away,” which closes on May 2nd.

The tour will be led by one of the Museum’s Gallery Educators, who will narrate a video containing artifacts from the Museum's collection. The Educator will pause the video throughout the virtual tour to take questions and comments from participants.

To register, please click here.

Please register by Tuesday morning, April 20th
For questions about the virtual tour please email Elizabeth Estroff at

Five Towns, One Book


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Bringing our communities together for important conversations around Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents, by Isabel Wilkerson.

Featuring a virtual visit and discussion with the author, Ms. Wilkerson, on April 25th 4-5pm, in addition to four facilitated talks that dive deeper into the themes of the book.

April 8th 7-8pm , Chapter 8: Jim Crow & Nazi Germany

April 17th 4-5pm, Chapter 11: White America


April 28th 1-2pm, Chapter 6: How We Measure Humanity

May 3rd 7-8pm, Chapter 31: Personal Connection and Change

Past Events:

Scholar-In-Residence: Gary P. Zola, Ph.D.

Weekend of Friday, Feb 5 - Sunday, Feb. 7

“Justice, Justice
Shall You Pursue…”

The 60’s: A Jewish Movement

Havdalah Discovery Session


Sunday, Feb 7th @ 10AM
TO LIFE…Secrets of the AJA

Brotherhood Breakfast Program

To view the video, click here.

Learn the lessons of history that inform this historic moment!

Virtual Lecture Series by AYELET

Our great friends at AYELET Tours, helping us connect to Jews around the world, places and people we might not yet know, we suggest either one of these wonderful learning opportunities.

Prof Steven Berk, Emeritus History teacher at Union, might just be a future Scholar on an LT trip in the years to come!

For more  information on Ayelet, click here.


And more coming soon!


Past Events:

Kristallnacht Commemoration 


Guest speaker Yonat Assayag, 3rd Generation of the Shoah, shares her grandmother Bobby's experience with the rise of anti-Semitism in her small Czechoslovakian village, and why it's so important to bear witness.

LT Book Talk via Zoom

Authors Paola Mendoza and Abby Sher join us for a discussion regarding their timely new fiction book about a 16-year-old undocumented teen who fights back against a totalitarian regime in a dystopian America.


Sat, October 23 2021 17 Cheshvan 5782