Today is October 4, 2015 -
The Jack and Sue Becker Project Oded Continuing Education Program
We are a “Beit Midrash” for those seeking on-going studies in a responsive, open, and co-educational community. The study of traditional Jewish texts is pursued in a warm congenial, intellectually stimulating environment, with a “Klal Yisrael” perspective and respect for different Jewish lifestyles and ideas. Our goal is Jewish literacy! Our subjects include a wide selection of contemporary and classical topics. Our classes meet daily Sunday through Thursday. Classes are ongoing so that students may join us at any time throughout the year. Choose one or more classes. See our current class schedule below.
Classes are on-going so you may join us any time. Language of instruction is English. Join us each morning for coffee before class. For the vacation schedule, see below.
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Rabbi Pesach Schindler , Rosh Yeshiva emeritus of the Conservative Yeshiva
SEPHARDI JOURNEYS: SPAIN TO PORTUGAL TO AMSTERDAM
AND ACROSS THE OCEANS, 500 YEARS OF CULTURE.
Peta Jones Pellach, Director of Education at the Elijah Interfaith Institute
TO BUILD A NATION – ISRAEL 1948 UNTIL TODAY
Peta Jones Pellach
MONDAY EVENING FORUM: weekly lecture series with Guest Lecturers meets throughout the year. (20 NIS)
THE BOOK OF SAMUEL
the development and the interplay between prophecy and monarchy in the Bible; the strengths and weaknesses of the three main characters; Samuel, Saul and David.
Rabbi Sam Kieffer, noted Jewish educator and lecturer.
TORAH PORTION OF THE WEEK
Rabbi Edward S. Romm, Director of Education, Fuchsberg Jerusalem Center
12 SEFARIM THAT CHANGED THE JEWISH WORLD
A unique journey through the history and evolution of Jewish peoplehood by way of some of the major works from our rich literary tradition.
with Rabbi Sid Slivko, popular and well known Jewish educator
HISTORY OF ANCIENT ISRAEL THROUGH ARCHAEOLOGY
Dr. Stephen Rosenberg, Fellow of the Albright Institute of Archaeological Research
HEBREW FOR HEBREW SPEAKERS: Practice speaking Hebrew & build up your vocabulary by reading and discussing newspaper articles.
Meira Stern-Glick, ulpan teacher
CONSENSUS: Programs In Russian
Coordinated by Yosef Begun, former Prisoner of Zion
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Rabbi Pesach Schindler
Vacation Schedule 5776
There are no classes on the following:
From Erev Rosh Hashanah through Succot.
Sunday, September 13 – Tuesday, October 6, 2015.
Classes resume on Wednesday, October 7, 2015