Learning at Etz Chaim
Jewish education is the shared responsibility of the family, the school and our congregation. Congregation Etz Chaim offers many ongoing and special programs to help our congregants be knowledgeable, active and competent members of the Jewish community.
During the school year, Sunday mornings at Etz Chaim are a beehive of activity when the Religious School, serving students in preschool through 10th grade, is in session. Children in grades 3-7 also attend midweek Hebrew classes on Wednesdays.
Adult education programs are offered for members who wish to expand their knowledge of Hebrew, Judaism, current events, and Torah. Programs may be led by the congregation’s rabbis or members, or by visiting rabbis or other outside experts.
Lunch and Lecture with Rabbi Kamil
Join Rabbi Kamil for a 5 Week Lunch and Lecture Series on Friday Afternoons. He will be discussing "Mesopotamian Myths from Many Angles". Bring your lunch, bring your friends, and get ready to learn! There is no cost for these classes. Each class starts at 12 PM.
Rebels, Renegades, and Rogues: Baruch Spinoza
Was Baruch Spinoza a hero or a villian? Find out on Monday December 12 at 7:30 PM.
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Our Torah Study group meets in the synagogue's library on Saturday mornings from 9:00 to 10:15. We are working our way through the Hebrew Bible in sequence. Each week we read and discuss. This is a wonderful group and we have a great time. Summer Torah Study starts at 9:30 AM, led by Ashley Rose and Jordie Trafimow.