Adult Education

The Alan & Linda Cohen Center for Jewish Learning & Living at Congregation Beth-El Zedeck

A rich adult and family education program provides courses in Hebrew and in various aspects of Jewish personal and family life. Course are taught by the Rabbis, Cantor and guest instructors. Through our Sam Smulyan Memorial Lectureship and Cultural Arts Fund, we feature nationally renowned guest speakers, artists and scholars-in-residence each year. The Feigenbaum Adult B’nai Mitzvah Program prepares members for participation in this meaningful life cycle celebration. For more information on these programs contact Jennifer Hodes, jhodes {at} bez613(.)org or 317-253-3441.

Click the Adult Education 5777 brochure to access our full list of programs.

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SURVIVORS CLUB: THE TRUE STORY OF A VERY YOUNG PRISONER OF AUSCHWITZ
Sunday, April 30 at 10:30 a.m.

 

COCKTAIL JUDAISM

 

TORAH ON TAP – for those in their 20s and 30s
 Friday, May 12 at 8:00 p.m.

Torah on Tap will celebrate Lag B’Omer at a location TBA. Lag B’Omer is 33 days after the second night of Passover and is celebrated with a bonfire. Please R.S.V.P. to Rabbi Shelley Goldman at (317) 253-3441 or sgoldman {at} bez613(.)org.

 

PiYo
Tuesdays, 9:15 – 10:15 a.m.
Simon Celebration Hall at Beth-El Zedeck

Join Beth-El Zedeck member Jacqui Goldstein for PiYo! PiYo combines the muscle-sculpting, core-firming benefits of Pilates with the strength and flexibility advantages of yoga. This is a true fat-burning, low-impact workout that leaves your body looking long, lean, and incredibly defined. It might even sharpen your mind and spirit! Please bring your own mat.

No charge, but a Tzedakah box will be available to support a Beth-El Zedeck fund or program to be decided by the group. R.S.V.P. at jacquelinegutsngold {at} gmail(.)com or (317) 496-0975. There will be no class on Tuesday, May 30.

 

FIRST STEPS:  INTERFAITH AND CONVERSION OUTREACH PROGRAM

First Steps is a program of study and conversations with our Rabbis and Cantor for interfaith couples, for non-Jews, for anyone interested in a better understanding of Jewish culture and faith, and for those considering conversion to Judaism.  For more information, contact the Rabbis’ office at 317-253-3441.