12 Jewish Questions

A (Re)Introduction to Adult-Level Judaism

Do I need to believe in God to be Jewish? What happens after we die? Where is God in times of tragedy? How do I rest when I have no time?

12 Jewish Questions 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.

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Joyful Living

You’ve taken more than 50 trips around the sun. Career, family, friends, hobbies … check, check, check, and check. You know there’s more you want to experience in this big, wide world, and we invite you to make the most of it by taking the time to expand your inner horizon with WHC’s Joyful Living program.

This dynamic six-session course is for people 50 and over. Once a month from December through May in small groups over Zoom, facilitators will guide discussions on topics such as:

  • Nourishing relationships and social networks
  • Dealing with evolving family relationships
  • Accepting changes in one’s body
  • Pursuing new careers and interests after earlier vocations
  • Maintaining health and well-being… and more!

Joyful Living will be offered on Wednesdays from 7:00 – 9:00 pm. We encourage a commitment to all six classes.

Registration for Joyful Living for Winter/Spring 2021 has now closed. 

Back to Basics

Explore why we do what we do as Jews, find the sources for our traditions, and delve into the origins of these ideas with Back to Basics.

With a focus on the holidays, life cycle events, history, theology, Jewish religious movements, Torah laws, the Mishnah, the Talmud, and Kabbalah, we’ll uncover the answers to the “why” behind Judaism. Together, we’ll look deeper and discover answers to questions we might never have thought to ask.

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