Greetings from the TBS Adult Education committee!
Based on the July 2020 survey, the committee has been engaged in developing programs that meet the interests of adult membership. In addition to the Brotherhood, Sisterhood, Social Justice and offerings by the Cantor, the committee will support and supplement all programs, some of which you have seen advertised the past two months. Please look at the offerings through postings on the TBS website calendar, Shav’on and monthly Newsletter.
Orange County Community Scholar Program
TBS is a member! Presentations in November titled, Jews on the Dark Side.
11/5 – Dybbuk: Are there Ghosts in our Traditions
11/12 – The Golem of Prague
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December 2, 7:00 pm
Book Review – To The Edge of Sorrow by Aharn Appelfeld
Facilitators: Mandy Kotkin and Soni Sanberg
The narrator of this novel is 17 year old Edmund. German soldiers determined to hunt down four dozen resistence fighters-escapees from a nearby ghetto-hide in a Ukranian forest determined to survive in order to sabotage German plans and rescue as many Jews as they can. Phillip Roth describes this novel as a “haunting story about an unforgettable group of Jewish partisans fighting the Nazis during World War II”.
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Community Resource: 92nd Street Y
Founded 145 years ago to serve Jewish people. As a nonprofit community and cultural center, it seeks to create and provide and disseminate programs of distinction that foster the human condition with programs in the performing and visual arts: literature and culture; adult and children’s education and talks on a range of topics, health and fitness and Jewish life. Further, it reaches out to people of racial, religious, ethnic, and economic diversity.
At this website, www.92.org , you will find a huge variety of offerings for a range of ages and cost; many are free.
Our Temple is a place where you can discover and explore Judaism in an atmosphere of support and sharing. Whether you come from a traditional background or are new to synagogue life, here you will find a spiritual home. Temple Beth Sholom is a place where Judaism and community are celebrated. Our Temple is a place where Jewish life and Jewish learning happen! Whether you enjoy services, learning, activities, or social action, there is something for you to experience at Temple Beth Sholom.
If you signed up and have not receive a confirmation response or email, please contact the TBS Office at 714-628-4600
If there is something you’re interested in learning or exploring please let us know! Contact Ruth Irving