Temple Emanuel will create innovative opportunities to engage, inspire and challenge our community. With a focus on building meaningful relationships amongst our adult population we will explore: Jewish education and literacy, Tikkun Olam, Jewish identity, and joyful celebration. We recognize this exciting time to invest in your personal connection to your Judaism and the Temple Emanuel community. We look forward to partnering with you.
Our next opportunity for Adult Education will be an iEngage class through the Hartman Institute. iEngage: Jewish Values and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict explores one of the most divisive issues affecting the Jewish people today. Through the study of Jewish narratives about Israel and the unpacking of the complex meanings of peace in the Jewish tradition, participants are invited to explore the ideas and values that animate different attitudes toward the conflict and how these values shape their own political understandings. Though a common political platform may not be attainable, this course strives to achieve a shared
respect for our differences. The class will include, lectures, videos and reading as well as group discussions. iEngage is a high level class and will be taught by a variety of Temple Emanuel Staff and guest teachers. This class will be limited to 30 participants. iEngage will meet October 24 and 31, November 7, 14 and 28, and December 5, 12, and 19. If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Brown at email@example.com or 303-388-4013 ext. 305 To register please click below.
Our fall and winter lecture series is titled "Difficult Discussions to Develop Resiliency: In the challenges, we learn the most". Each of the four lectures will have a different focus and message relating to resiliency, aging and overcoming difficult situations. Our presenters for this series will be Jane Barton, Jamie Sarche, Dr. Aroop Mangalik, and Rabbi Joseph Black.