Same day: Tuesday
Same time: Noon – 1:00 PM
Same place: Wise Center
Same topic: Torah!
Take a middle-of-the-day break to feed your mind. Fascinating content led by our expert rabbis and rabbinic interns will give you a deeper understanding of the Torah and its meaning in our lives.
In-person classes are temporarily suspended but you can attend virtual classes with the Rabbis via Zoom meeting.
Please register for all classes using the red registration buttons. We will send you additional information 24 hours before the program.
Questions? Contact Terri Snavely, 513.793.2997.
|Apr 6, 13, 20||Permanent Economic Inequality: Jewish Aspirations of Resolving Generational Poverty
with Rabbi Kamrass
|As far back as biblical days, our Jewish tradition addressed permanent economic quality with texts, ideals, aspirations, and structures to directly address generational poverty and the economic inequalities of every society in which we have lived. Join Rabbi Kamrass in exploring those texts and ideas suggested through the ages to the persistent question of permanent economic inequality.|
|Apr 27, May 4, 11||Rabbi Akiva’s Three Loves: People, Torah and God
with Rabbi Jan Katzew
|Rabbi Akiva ben Joseph clearly would have a place on the rabbinic version of Mount Rushmore. Indeed, he is widely considered to be second to Moses a teacher of Torah and an exemplar of love. In three sessions, we will focus on three dimensions of Rabbi Akiva’s love: humanity, divinity and the thread that holds them together, Torah. The timing of this series – between Passover and Shavuot – is intentional, since during this period we walk from slavery to freedom, from degradation to praise, from hatred to love.|