Adult Education

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Watch the E-news and see our calendar for adult education dates and times.

Introducing our Virtual Adult Education Programs

These classes will happen every week and can be attended by anyone and are geared toward adults. 
Please use our regular zoom link to attend

Judaism from Scratch

All the basics for every person who wants to know more about Judaism
Sundays at 11am

Nov 1 – An Introduction to Jewish Time

Nov  8 – Torah: Structure and History

Nov 15 – Neviim: What is a Prophet?

Nov 22 –  Ketuvim and Psalms: Worlds in Miniature

Nov 29 – Hanukkah and History

Dec 6 – Hanukkah and our Families

Dec 13 – Mishnah: Judaism Without a Temple

Dec 20 – Siddur and Prayers: A Map

Dec 27 – Siddur and Prayers: Learning the Words

Jan 3 – Learning the Words

Jan 10 – Shabbat – Our Most Important Holiday

Jan 17 – The Three Festivals – Pesach, Shavuot and Sukkot

Jan 24 – The High Holy Days – Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

Jan 31 – Hanukkah and Purim

Feb 7 – Minor Observances – Tu b’Shevat, Lag b’Omer, Asara b’Tevet

Feb 14 – Tisha b’Av and Yizkor

Mishnah: The First Layer of Talmud

Let’s gain a deeper understanding of the words that create Judaism around the world.

Tuesdays at 7pm

All readings will be provided. 


Dec 15 – Introduction and History

Dec 22 – Berachot 1, Sanctifying Time

Dec 29 – Rosh Hashanah 3:7, 4:9, Mitzvah and Meaning

Jan 5 -Sanhedrin 4:9, Capital Punishment and Life

Jan 12 – Kiddushin 1:7,  Women and Prayer

Jan 19 – Seder Nashim,  Women and Halacha

Jan 26 – Pirke Avot, An Overview

Announcing Project Zug!

CBH is excited to partner with Project Zug to offer online havrutah study to our community! 

What Is Havruta Study?  Havruta means partner-learning. We will match you with a local study buddy (or you can tell us who you would like to study with). You and your partner choose from over 30 courses, and then meet once a week to read and discuss a text that Project Zug provides. It is a great way to build or deepen relationships while also learning about our heritage. 

Registration is easy!
Click the button below to register. Make your account, and use the registration code CBHZUG

Rabbi Emily’s Book List

Photo of two library shelves on the left and the right, completely stocked with books. The vantage point is as if the viewer is standing in between the two shelves. At the end of the shelves is a multi-paneled window with a cream or white border and subtle light shining through. The window is at the end of several stairs and is in its own alcove.

Click here to view a list of books curated by our Spiritual Leader, Emily Katcher.