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Adult Education

You are never to old to learn something new. That’s why Temple Beth El of Hollywood offers a variety of lifelong learning classes. We offer advanced courses and Torah discussions. Our lecture series allows us to explore topics outside our immediate area. And don’t miss many of our special events, guest lectures and workshops throughout the year.
 

Jews and Baseball:
An American Love Story

A film by Peter Miller
Narrated by Dustin Hoffman
Starring Sandy Koufax, Larry King, Kevin Youkilis, Shawn Green, Yogi Berra, Ron Howard and many, many others

Saturday, February 20 at 7 pm in the TBE Parking Lot
sponsored by Temple Beth El and


Join us for a night of cinema under the stars!
BYOLC - Please bring lawn chairs

This program is for TBE members only. The event will be capped at 50 people. Properly-worn masks and RSVP required 

Please note that, per CDC guidelines, properly-worn masks and social distancing is required. As you enter the parking lot from the north side of the building (Rodman Street entrance), please follow parking instructions from attendant to ensure the safety of all of our participants.

Please bring lawn chairs as you will then be directed to your socially-distanced spot for the service.

This program is for TBE members only. The program will be capped at 50 people. 

Thank you for your cooperation!
Your support helps ensure the continuation of TBE's quality Life-Long Learning programming.

 

Adult Education Class Schedule 2020/2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remembering the Jewish Suffragettes: 
The fight for the 19th Amendment

Sunday, November 1
7 pm via (via Zoom)
Meeting ID: 823 7171 7317*
*For password: email Barbara Samuels

Join us as we examine and discuss the Jewish Suffragette movement.

Articles for Sunday, Nov. 1:

Jewish Suffragists, White Dresses and Yellow Roses

By  

The suffrage movement was racist. Where did Jewish women fit in?

By 

100 YEARS OF SUFFRAGE

VIRTUAL INSTALLATION at the NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORY

 

Rabbi's Class

Instructor: Rabbi Allan Tuffs

 

Tractate Shabbat, Talmud Treasures and more!

Wednesdays @ 11:30 am 

(via Zoom) meeting ID: 868 0041 1201*

Schedule may vary due to secular and Jewish holidays. Please confirm dates on a regular basis with your instructor.

REGISTRATION: Please call the Temple office at (954) 920-8225 for password. Free for members; non-members
can make a donation here

 

 

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Judaism...

But Were Afraid to Ask!

 

Instructor: Cantor Manny Silver

 

We will learn about the major -- and even the fun and fascinating minor aspects -- of Jewish ethics, traditions, religious practices, and history that have made the story of the Jewish people stand out on the world stage.

This course is open to anyone who wants to keep growing and learning about Judaism...and have fun! 

Tuesdays @ 6 pm 
Zoom Meeting ID: 
940 8228 7996

 

Schedule may vary due to secular and Jewish holidays. Please confirm dates on a regular basis with your instructor.

REGISTRATION: Please call the Temple office at (954) 920-8225 for password. Free for members; non-members
can make a donation here

 

 

Torah Study

 

Instructor: Rabbi Allan Tuffs

 

Saturdays at 9:30 am

The schedule may be subject to change due to secular and Jewish holidays.

 

LOCATION: Zoom meeting ID: 834-1371-2298

 (via LiveStreamFacebook Live and Zoom

 

REGISTRATION: Please call the Temple office at (954) 920-8225 for password.

 

 

Transitional Yoga
Mondays @ 11 am

 

Via LiveStreamYoutube and Facebook Live

Questions? Email Jena Hoffman 

Learn more at www.lotuslabyoga.org

Watch Previous Classes

 

 

What is Audacious Hospitality?

 

The Black Jews Are Tired

Tuesday, October 6

We examined and discussed "The Black Jews Are Tired," an article by Chris Harrison, a writer/editor for Audacious Hospitality at the Union for Reform Judaism.

 

Articles by Chris Harrison for Tuesday, October 6:

 

The Black Jews Are Tired

 

The Reform Jewish Movement Stands with Jews of Color - Period

 

What Does it Mean to "Code-Switch" in Jewish Spaces?

 

Audacious Hospitality: Part II 
Tuesday, December 1


We continued our discussion of diversity and inclusion. How are we doing - personally and as a community?
 

In preparation for this program, we listened to: 
Jew Too Podcast Episode 12: "Warm and Welcoming?" Reflections on Congregational Inclusivity

and watched:
Rabbi Angela Buchdahl's sermon on Rethinking Race in the Jewish Community:

Sun, February 28 2021 16 Adar 5781