Summer Series in Rabbinic Texts with Dr. Nicholas Schaser, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Macalester College

Rabbinic Texts - Nick Schaser 2021
Dr. Schaser is a master of our Rabbinic texts and will take us on a guided tour of how the rabbis of old approached important topics that are still on our minds today.
All classes will be Thursdays at noon via Zoom and in-person in the office next to the main entrance.
  • June 17: Confronting God in the Rabbinic Texts
  • July 15: Women and Gender in the Rabbinic Texts
  • August 19: Rosh HaShanah in the Rabbinic Texts
Email avi.aharoni@betshalom.org for more information or the Zoom link.

Melody/Memory/Mi Shebeirach – The 3 M’s of Healing Prayer

Cantor Tamar Havilio will lead this class as part of Hineni’s Summertime Jewish Learning Across the Twin Cities.

As a community, we have a rich tradition that can help us navigate troubling times – from personal hardships, to communal tragedy, to global calamity. This summer, nine members of our local clergy, through texts ancient and modern, will explore some of these responses.

All classes are FREE and open to anyone. Drop in for one session or come to all of them! No registration required.

Join all sessions via Zoom. Link and full class schedule are available here.
Meeting ID: 
889 5971 6452
Passcode: 
hineni

 

Summer Series in Rabbinic Texts with Dr. Nicholas Schaser, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Macalester College

Rabbinic Texts - Nick Schaser 2021
Dr. Schaser is a master of our Rabbinic texts and will take us on a guided tour of how the rabbis of old approached important topics that are still on our minds today.
All classes will be Thursdays at noon via Zoom and in-person in the office next to the main entrance.
  • June 17: Confronting God in the Rabbinic Texts
  • July 15: Women and Gender in the Rabbinic Texts
  • August 19: Rosh HaShanah in the Rabbinic Texts
Email avi.aharoni@betshalom.org for more information or the Zoom link.

Summer Series in Rabbinic Texts with Dr. Nicholas Schaser, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Macalester College

Rabbinic Texts - Nick Schaser 2021
Dr. Schaser is a master of our Rabbinic texts and will take us on a guided tour of how the rabbis of old approached important topics that are still on our minds today.
All classes will be Thursdays at noon via Zoom and in-person in the office next to the main entrance.
  • June 17: Confronting God in the Rabbinic Texts
  • July 15: Women and Gender in the Rabbinic Texts
  • August 19: Rosh HaShanah in the Rabbinic Texts
Email avi.aharoni@betshalom.org for more information or the Zoom link.

Religious Perseverance in Current Times

Join us for an Interfaith Discussion on Religious Perseverance in Current Times

Panelists:
Rabbi Jill Crimmings – Rabbi at Bet Shalom Congregation in Minnetonka
Reb. Dr. Wesley Gable – Pastor of Osseo United Methodist Church
Sayyid Muntadher Aljabery – Anjuman-e-Asghari and Imam Hussain Islamic Center

Moderator:
Zillehuma Ebrahim

Torah Study

Weekly Torah Portion/Parashat Hashavua:

Join Rabbi Locketz, Rabbi Crimmings, Cantor Schwartz and fellow Bet Shalomians each week to discuss the weekly Torah portion. Everyone is welcome, and no experience is required. All texts are studied in English. You are welcome to bring your lunch.

Torah Study

Weekly Torah Portion/Parashat Hashavua:

Join Rabbi Locketz, Rabbi Crimmings, Cantor Schwartz and fellow Bet Shalomians each week to discuss the weekly Torah portion. Everyone is welcome, and no experience is required. All texts are studied in English. You are welcome to bring your lunch.

Torah Study

Weekly Torah Portion/Parashat Hashavua:

Join Rabbi Locketz, Rabbi Crimmings, Cantor Schwartz and fellow Bet Shalomians each week to discuss the weekly Torah portion. Everyone is welcome, and no experience is required. All texts are studied in English. You are welcome to bring your lunch.

Torah Study

Weekly Torah Portion/Parashat Hashavua:

Join Rabbi Locketz, Rabbi Crimmings, Cantor Schwartz and fellow Bet Shalomians each week to discuss the weekly Torah portion. Everyone is welcome, and no experience is required. All texts are studied in English. You are welcome to bring your lunch.

Torah Study

Weekly Torah Portion/Parashat Hashavua:

Join Rabbi Locketz, Rabbi Crimmings, Cantor Schwartz and fellow Bet Shalomians each week to discuss the weekly Torah portion. Everyone is welcome, and no experience is required. All texts are studied in English. You are welcome to bring your lunch.