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Adult Education

Learning enriches Jewish life and grows Jewish identity. The rabbis also teach us that when two people sit together to study Torah, the presence of God rests between them (Pirke Avot 3:3). At Har HaShem, whether you seek more knowledge, a connection to community or spiritual growth, we believe that these opportunities should exist at every age. We offer both formal and informal learning opportunities for our young people and adults.

For information about Adult Jewish Enrichment offerings, contact Katherine Schwartz, RJE, Director of Lifelong Learning at (303) 499-7077 ext. 112 or ks@harhashem.org

Scientists on God: Engaging the Mystery

Sunday, December 16; 4:00-5:30pm; South Building

A mathematician, physicist, and chemist will share how science has informed their theology as well as their ideas about
spirituality, sacredness, God, and Judaism. Join us for this interactive program which includes facilitated small group discussions. Atheists, Agnostics, and Theists Welcome! Free of charge.

Register here.

Part of Scientists in Synagogues, run by Sinai and Synapses in consultation with the AAAS Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion, and primarily funded by the John Templeton Foundation.

Kabbalah Reading Group/ Dan Matt Preparation

Wednesdays, 1/16, 1/23, 2/13, 2/20, and 3/13 from 6:30-8:00pm; North Building

 Jewish tradition holds infinite depth and unspeakable beauty for those who seek it. For thousands of years rabbis and mystics have explored the hidden meaning conveyed in our sacred texts. The brilliance of this wisdom is found in Kabbalah.

 Dan Matt, a world-famous scholar of Zohar and Kabbalah is coming to our Temple for a series of lectures beginning on March 14. A group is forming to read and discuss in preparation for Dr. Matt’s visit. Anyone interested in exploring the radiant path is welcome.

Registration; $36, includes cost of books: Practical Kabbalah by Rv. Laibl Wolf and Essential Kabbalah by Dan Matt

RSVP here

Adult Education Calendar

Thu, December 13 2018 5 Tevet 5779