Ongoing Adult Education
“At TAE we have an impressive array of both short and long-term classes for adults in our community. We encourage you to find at least one class that will facilitate your personal growth this year.”
– The Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning
Talmud study continues on Shabbat mornings at 8:00 am, led by Rabbi Lisa Bock and Dr. Ken Elman. We are studying, taking our time and engaging in some very interesting discussions. Knowledge of Hebrew is not required, and all are welcome. Please feel free to stay for Torah study at 8:45 am!
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Join us for our ongoing Torah Study, led by our Rabbis. Enjoy exploring the beauty, mysteries and meanings of the Torah text, with sparkling discussions and commentary by fellow Torah Study students. Enlighten and expand your understanding of our Jewish history and our potential for an even more meaningful Jewish future.
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Women’s Torah Study
Thursday mornings with Marcy Goldberg at 10:30 a.m.
Adult B’nai Mitzvah
Adult B’nai Mitzvah is a modern ritual for those who did not become Bar/Bat Mitzvah at age 13. At Temple Adat Elohim, the Adult B’nai Mitzvah program is an 18 month group study experience that focuses on Hebrew, liturgy, and basic Jewish knowledge. Classes are taught by TAE’s Clergy, Staff, and special guests. The program culminates with a Shabbat service that includes Torah readings and student speeches. For more information about the Adult B’nai Mitzvah program click here. Questions? Please contact Rabbi Diamond.
Our Rosh Chodesh program gives women (13 and older) the opportunity to welcome the new moon and the new month; learn the background behind some of the most famous women in Jewish history through stories, songs, and articles; make new friends; and discuss topics relevant to women – all in the comfort and warmth of a home. Refreshments served. Bring yourself — maybe a friend, mother or daughter– and an open mind. Sponsored by TAE Sisterhood.
Jewish Genealogical Society of the Conejo Valley and Ventura County (JGSCV)
The Jewish Genealogical Society of the Conejo Valley and Ventura County (JGSCV) is a non-profit organization, run by enthusiastic volunteers, dedicated to the sharing of genealogical information, techniques, and research tools with those interested in Jewish genealogy and family history. Members, who include both beginners and experienced genealogists, share information with each other. Temple Adat Elohim cosponsors the programs and all events are held on the temple’s campus. For more information about JGSCV click here. To learn out about upcoming events click here.
Sunday Morning Lecture Series
Everyone is invited to join us for an educational and relaxing morning once-a-month meeting with some highly respected and interesting speakers. Bagels, lox, yogurt, granola, coffee and juice are all there to make for a great brunch. Watch our monthly announcements for specific dates and speakers. No fees. To attend or to volunteer please contact Bob Salfi for more information. Open to all TAE members. This is a Brotherhood sponsored community event.
Do you have more questions than answers? Melton offers a structured course where you will explore, reflect, question, debate, and (re)discover your Jewish self in a well-rounded and comprehensive course of study in a user-friendly format. You can anticipate spirited dialogue and meaningful study.There is no homework, no exams or Hebrew required. New classes are offered in the community begin each September. Visit www.meltonwestvalley.org for more information or to register for classes online.
Other Adult Education Opportunities
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