Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning 

At Mishkan Shalom, we learn for life.

That means classes, workshops and experiences to stretch your mind, use your body, inspire your creativity and deepen your engagement with Judaism.

It means that no matter your age or expertise, you can try something new, make friends, share experiences and join a community of learners.

To learn more, or suggest a course you'd like to take, or teach, please contact Rivka Jarosh.

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The God Cafe Project w. Sarah Brammer Shlay

Thursdays Feb 24, March 3, March 10 and March 17 on Zoom from 7-8:30pm

Fee: $72 members, $118 non-members 

Ever feel like in Jewish spaces God is mentioned quite frequently in our liturgy/texts yet not often discussed in our communal conversation? The God Cafe Project will be a 4 week series for both Mishkan Shalom members and non-members exploring what God/divinity means to each of us. Sarah uses creative techniques to create space for people to explore this topic. The course will be a mix of group discussion, self-reflection, exploring varied views of God throughout Jewish texts and more. This class will be interactive and allow lots of space for everyone to explore this issue for themselves. All beliefs, viewpoints and questions are welcomed! If anyone needs $ assistance they can e-mail Rabbi Shawn Zevit.

please click here to register and put the cost in the appropriate box and the title of the course in the note line. Zoom and more detailed information will be sent in advance of sessions.

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Live and Learn series, Rabbi Shawn Zevit enters conversations with a number of Mishkan members. It enables us to learn Jewish perspectives on a variety of topics, and know the personal journeys of members of our community. The conversations explore their work in the world as it relates to our core Statement of Principles, with a particular focus on themes of racial and climate justice. 

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Spiritual Direction: Currently Weekly on Zoom 
Led by Dr. Meredith Barber
No fee

Jewish Spiritual Direction is a process of exploring our connection with what we experience as sacred. Please come promptly at 9:00 a.m. so we may begin together. 

Meredith Barber is a trained Spiritual Director; she has been a leader of Mishkan Shalom's monthly Spiritual Direction Circle for many years. This work combines a number of her passions, including group work, spiritual exploration and creativity. A psychologist for over 20 years, she leads groups and teaches graduate-level classes in psychotherapy. Meredith completed the Lev Shomea program in Jewish Spiritual Direction.

Click here to learn more about Jewish Spiritual Direction 

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Torah Study

Shabbat (Saturday) mornings, 9:00 - 10:00 a.m.: weekly on Zoom, No Fee

Every Shabbat morning, year-round, we gather to read, discuss, question and explore the week’s Torah portion in sessions led by Mishkan rabbis, members and friends of the community. Together, we become both teachers and students. Adults and teens, members and visitors are all welcome. If you’d like to lead a session or have questions about Torah study, Eugene Fleischman Sotirescu, Torah Study Coordinator, welcomes your inquiries.

Click here to learn more about our weekly Torah Study.

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