Adult learning experiences are good for the mind, body and soul! According to Harvard Medical School, “scientists have found that brainy activities stimulate new connections between nerve cells and may even help the brain generate new cells, developing neurological ‘plasticity’ and building up a functional reserve that provides a hedge against future cell loss. Any mentally stimulating activity should help to build up your brain. Read, take courses…” Ohav has just the ticket for you to do this with our Lifelong Learning options!
Many Voices: Ta Sh’ma (Come and Hear) 2019-2020 – Join us for stimulating study and lively discussion as we continue our exploration of classic Jewish texts which teach the values of pluralism, the honoring of different perspectives, and respect for all people regardless of differences. Knowledge of Hebrew and previous text study experience not required.
Study Talmud Spring 2020
The great text of Jewish tradition. Join us for this text exploration and skill building class. No prior knowledge of Hebrew or Talmud necessary. Led by Rabbi Ornstein.
March 6th Begins a new Chapter of the Talmud – Join at any time come as often as you can. Bring a friend and learn together.
Please bring a copy of the Schottenstein Babylonian Talmud, Tractate – Brakhot Volume 2.
Monday Mornings 11AM
Starting March 6 ~ Ending June 8
check online calendar for Mondays with no classes due to Holidays
Evening Dinner Classes ~March 30th ~ 6PM
Josh Kulp Guest Speaker and Dairy Dinner
Oral Torah in the Digital Age Dinner at 6PM Speaker at 6:45PM $10 Suggested Donation
Lovers of Torah Study Group: Torah L’Shma – Please join us on alternate Wednesdays from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm for adult, peer-led study and discussion about the weekly Torah portion, focused on how the Torah’s message is relevant for us today. Contact the Ohav Shalom Office for more information.