What do I believe about God? What happens after we die? How do I succeed at failure? How do I rest when I have no time? As adults, we all have questions about being Jewish, and many of us are still searching for answers.
Despite years of religious school as children, many of us are unsure how to find meaning in our faith and culture as adults, and issues that may not have been relevant to us decades ago suddenly are filled with new meaning when viewed from an adult perspective.
12 Jewish Questions: A (Re)Introduction to Adult-Level Judaism is a learning community for adults – Jewish and non-Jewish – who have questions about Jewish identity, beliefs, culture, and customs. It's an environment to discover (and rediscover) the relevance of Judaism in our lives.
This 12-week course, which includes dinner, meets Monday nights at Temple (3935 Macomb Street NW) from 7:00 - 9:00 pm starting on February 27. It is taught by Rabbi Aaron Miller and the Washington Hebrew clergy team.
Register to join this class.
12 Jewish Questions is made possible by the generous support of Washington Hebrew Congregation, Emanuel J. Friedman Philanthropies, and the Bernstein Family Foundation.