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Limud Sinai: Temple Sinai's Adult Learning Curriculum

Click here for our Limud Sinai 5783 Trimester 2 brochure.

Upcoming Adult Learning Programs

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Melton at Temple Sinai

We Are What We Remember 
Tuesdays at 10:00 am, January 24-February 14
In this new, four-part mini-course, we’ll explore the intensely Jewish questions surrounding memory. What do we remember and why? How are national memories formed and preserved? In the first class, we will examine the many fascinating biblical origins surrounding the commandment of ZACHOR, to remember. Open to Sinai members and guests and requires pre-registration.

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Wednesday Night Limud


Join your clergy and Sinai faculty VIRTUALLY for enriching discussion around the most foundational texts and ideas in Judaism. We will be using the brand new, highly innovative curriculum of the Shalom Hartman Institute. Foundations for a Thoughtful Judaism is a curricular project which offers a sophisticated yet accessible introduction to philosophical ideas in Jewish peoplehood, practice, faith, and ethics.

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Introduction to Judaism

Introduction to Judaism is an engaging multi-session course for adults taught by Rabbi Natan Trief interested in exploring Jewish life through a Reform lens. Open to all, this course is designed for interfaith couples, spiritual seekers, individuals considering conversion, and Jews of all stripes who want a meaningful adult Jewish learning experience.

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Living Room Limud

Though we love meeting and learning in Temple Sinai, we recognize that enriching Jewish learning could and should happen anywhere. Welcome to Living Room Limud, one of our signature events of the year. Interested in hosting your friends and acquaintances for learning in your living room? Have you ever wanted to discuss a certain idea with your clergy and fellow congregants? Let us know! We will plan two of these per month on Wednesday afternoons or evenings.

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Israel at 75

Temple Sinai strives to keep Israel a priority in our adult education programming, clergy sermons and discussions, as well as synagogue trips to visit Israel.

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Hebrew Chavruta

Join Rabbi Natan for some unstructured time focusing on one of his greatest passions and one of the building blocks of the Jewish People: the Hebrew language. No matter where you are on your Hebrew journey, you are sure to walk away with some new insights and skills.

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Reading Corner

Engage with us during our Rona Balser Book Club and our Book Talks with Rabbi Phil Kranz.

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Shabbat Morning Torah Study

Join the Temple Sinai Clergy in meaningful and stimulating conversation as we fulfill the Jewish mitzvah of Talmud Torah/Lifelong Learning. Every Saturday morning at 9:00 am, we will join together to dive into the Torah portion of the week and other relevant issues. It is a fantastic way to feel the spirit of Shabbat and connect with one of Sinai's strongest traditions.

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Sinai Film Series

Join us for viewing and discussing various films in the long-running Temple Sinai Film Series. Topics and facilitators will vary throughout the year. As part of the celebration around Israel’s 75th birthday, we will focus several of the films on Israeli culture and society.

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Lounging in the Library

Did you know that Temple Sinai houses the largest synagogue library in the Southeast? Meet us IN-PERSON as Rabbi Kranz or Rabbi Natan introduce us to some of their picks and we learn how the new and improved Learning Center can become a bigger part of our lives. Join us over wine and cheese as we sip and schmooze over incredible books and profound ideas. Please visit our trimester brochure to view current dates.

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PNK Learning Center

The PNK Learning Center was established shortly after Temple Sinai was formed in 1968.  Today it boasts a collection of OVER 12,000 TITLES, making it the largest Jewish library in Atlanta. The Learning Center is a repository for books, newspapers, periodicals, DVDs, CDs, and audio books.  Films shown at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival are purchased by the library if available, and may be checked out for home viewing. Any subject which relates to the Jewish experience is eligible for inclusion in the collection.  

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Sat, December 10 2022 16 Kislev 5783