See all interested members (1)
Add to my events

Create Event
THE LEARNER'S MINYAN
Sponsor Jewish Discovery Institute (USCJ- NE)
Type of Event Religious Services
Shabbat
Access
Description Have you felt awkward, frustrated or overwhelmed in a synagogue service? Now is your chance to make yourself at home with the beautiful and inspiring liturgy of our tradition. Come join us as we unravel the structure, choreography, and meaning of the Shabbat morning service as we pray together. No previous background in Hebrew or Jewish education is necessary, just the desire to learn. At the conclusion of each session of the Learner's Minyan, we will join the Sanctuary for the last third of the service. There is no fee for the class, but we ask that everyone purchase siddur (prayer book) Eit Ratzon, a wonderful learner's siddur that we will be using in the class. The book costs $38, and can be ordered directly at Siddur Eit Ratzon Please purchase the $38 Red siddur, not the Yellow "Original Version." The class is offered in conjunction with the Jewish Discovery Institute, Boston’s address for people interested in finding out more about Judaism from the perspective of Conservative Judaism. We are delighted that Rabbi Jeffrey Foust will be leading this program. The program is free but registration is required. RSVP www.jewishdiscoveryinstitute.org
Date/Dates October 09 2010 - February 26 2011
Times 9:00 am - 11:15 am
Cost free
Street Address 385 Ward Street Google Map
Location Newton, MA 02459 United States
Contact Information
Contact Name Rabbi Braham David
Email(s) info@jewishdiscoveryinstitute.org
Website(s)
http://www.jewishdiscoveryinstitute.org                                        
Phone Number 617-964-8210
Additional Information
Religion Jewish - Unaffiliated, Just Jewish, Converting, Conservative
Audience Adult Children of Interfaith Relationships, College Students, Couples, Parents
People who are interested in Conversion, Spirituality, Shabbat and Other Holidays
Administrators

Welcome to InterfaithFamily!

We depend on readers like you to support the work we do online and in the community.