Chabad Hebrew School Term III. Tuesday 4:30-6:00 for Children ages 5-12
Aleph Champ is a karate motivated Hebrew reading system that follows the age old, traditional mesorah. We are currently focusing on the last 13 א״ב Letters, Stripe 1: ס-ף, Stripe 2: צ-ר, Stripe 3: ש-ת and the first 3 Nekudot!
GROW: Science meets whimsy as children unleash their imaginations through exciting hands on construction workshops and engineering labs. Integrating Jewish heritage with STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math), this 6 week course provides a life changing opportunity for children to develop creative building skills, deepen their relationship with the Land of Israel, and foster a desire to create global change.
Rosh Chodesh Society - Art & Soul.
VII - Cuisine
The Art of Self-Transformation
The methods vary--cooking, blending, seasoning--but the purpose is transformation. In the kitchen, we transform an inedible, or unsavory, or merely bland substance into something edible and delectable. Explore the dynamics of the art of food preparation, and you will gain not only tools to nourish and satiate your family and loved ones, but also formulas for self-transformation.
TORAH STUDIES CHANUKAH PARTY, join the enlighting discussion, join the party!
Thursday, December 29 2016
The Psychology of the Chanukah Candles
Behaviorism vs. Cognitivism
Where does self-improvement start? By fixing what’s wrong or by starting to do what’s right? An age old debate about the Chanukah candles reveals how generations before Freud vs. Skinner, the sages weighed the pros and cons of cognitive versus behavioral therapy.
PLUS Menorah lighting, latkes, doughnuts and dreidel!
TORAH STUDIES WEEKLY CLASS, join in the thought provoking discussion, enjoy the company over a bowl of chicken soup. (usually Thursdays)
Wednesday, December 12 2016
Do Something, Anything
The Key to Getting Unstuck
When faced with a challenge, are you the type to wait for something to happen? Or do you get up and do something about it? The butler's and the baker’s dreams teach the importance of action. Make a move, any move, and there is hope. But sitting and brooding about your lot is unlikely to get you very far.
Thursday, June 2 7:30
This Is Where It's At
Why the Torah Doesn't Discuss Heaven
Do you expect any reward for being a good person, like eternal bliss or a nice place in heaven? Or maybe you are the altruistic type, just happy to do the right thing? The Torah promises reward for keeping its commandments, but for some reason doesn't mention any spiritual payback.
A Torah Studies course delving into the modern lessons from the ancient themes of the weekly Parsha.
A series of stimulating text and discussion based classes that take place on a weekly basis. These lessons will engage you in a multidimensional way by challenging you intellectually, spiritually and emotionally. They explore contemporary issues through a Torah perspective as well as tackling timeless questions in the Jewish tradition.
Instructor: Rabbi Mendy Singer.
Registration is free.