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Sunday Morning Learning- Quad 2

Upcoming Sessions

1. Sunday, December 5, 2021 1 Tevet 5782

10:00 AM - 11:00 AMLibrary and www.tinyurl.com/sinaiprogramming

2. Sunday, December 12, 2021 8 Tevet 5782

10:00 AM - 11:00 AMLibrary and www.tinyurl.com/sinaiprogramming

3. Sunday, January 9, 2022 7 Sh'vat 5782

10:00 AM - 11:00 AMLibrary and www.tinyurl.com/sinaiprogramming

4. Sunday, January 23, 2022 21 Sh'vat 5782

10:00 AM - 11:00 AMLibrary and www.tinyurl.com/sinaiprogramming

The Sunday Morning Learning curriculum is for the novice student in Judaism, the advanced, and everyone in between. The topics focus on the most profound building blocks of Judaism, and the conversation will reflect the scope of Jewish learning throughout the centuries. Jewish life has never been dull, and these Limud Sunday Morning conversations will showcase it in all its intensity...from independence to slavery, trauma to redemption. During the first quad, we focused on questions of Jewish origin and identity, and in this second quad, we will focus on the meaning of Jewish time and holidays. If you missed any of the sessions from Quad 1, check out our vimeo video library on the Temple Sinai website to access the recordings.

Please consider registering for the entire quad! Sessions are both in person or online and take place on Sunday mornings at 10:00 am.

 

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December 5
The Intriguing Jewish Calendar & Shabbat 
We begin Quad 2 (December/January) with an exploration of the amazing Jewish calendar. There are so many intricacies that provide insight into the lives of our ancestors and their quest for meaning. This will lead us into a discussion of Shabbat, perhaps the greatest gift of the Jewish People to the world.

December 12
The Days of Awe
Yes, this class is coming a few months after the High Holy Days, but it is a perfect time to take a step back and contemplate their meaning. The Days of Awe come together and form an intricate tapestry of wisdom, helping us live our best lives and reach our true potential. No need for satellite parking lots, buses, or e-tickets...Join us for a conversation that will give you new insights into something that is crucial to the Jewish experience.

January 9
Jerusalem Bound: The Pilgrimage Festivals
The High Holy Days take up a lot of oxygen on the Jewish Calendar, but the 3 Festivals of Passover, Shavuot, and Sukkot are critical to understanding Jewish Life and Heritage. Join us for a discussion about their origins and meaning, and contribute to a discussion around their modern implications. How do we elevate Passover beyond a mere Seder? How can we reclaim the oft-overlooked Festival of Shavuot? And why can’t there be more than a measly 5-day break between Yom Kippur and the amazing holiday of Sukkot?

January 23
Holidays, Heroes & Heritage
The Jewish Calendar boasts of such a wide array of holidays and commemorations. Come and explore the other holidays of the calendar including the joyous holidays of Chanukah and Purim, Tu B’Shvat and Tu B’Av (the Jewish Valentines Day). Moreover, we’ll dive into what have been dubbed the Israeli High Holy Days: Yom HaShaoh (Holocaust Memorial Day), Yom HaZikaron (Memorial Day), and Yom HaAtsmaut (Independence Day), all occurring within a powerful week-long period in Israel.

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