Adult Jewish Learning

Classes are currently being offered virtually via Zoom. 

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At this consequential moment for our country, we’re proud to offer a learning series honoring the life and legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg z”l. These sessions are free and open to all. We ask that you please register in advance.

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Tues 11:00a

Local clergy from many denominations will address essential topics throughout the year:
• Believing again: maintaining faith in difficult times
• Who is in and who is out? 
Boundaries and inclusion
   in our traditions
• Abraham and Sarah: Parents of three peoples
• Slavery and Liberation as religious ideas

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Wed | 10:00a
Oct 21, Oct 28, Nov 4, Nov 11, Nov 18                   
What does Judaism have to say about generosity?
Join Rabbi Moss as we think “Outside of the [Tzedakah] Box”
How should we allocate scarce resources in a needy world?

To whom are we responsible? Is it better to give anonymously, or publicly? How does giving to others help us?

No background knowledge is necessary. Register by Tues Oct 20.

Advanced registration for this Zoom Meeting is required. After registering, participants will receive a confirmation email which contains information about joining the meeting.

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Thurs 12:30p
Oct 8 | Nov 12 | 
Dec 10
Jan 14 | 
Apr 8 | May 13 | June 10

Book Selections to be announced soon. Please join us every month or any month to enjoy engaging discussions and rich fellowship. Copies of each book are on reserve at the Westport Public Library or available for purchase online. Feel free to bring your lunch to our digital conversation, along with your insights and opinions. Book group discussion leaders are TI Clergy, staff and congregants. No RSVP necessary. 

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Sat 9:00a

Saturday Morning Minyan and study of the weekly parashah.

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Zoom App with Meeting ID:  509 736 523

Mobile Audio:  +16465588656, 509736523#


You’ve probably heard of the Talmud, but what is it? Why does it hold such a prominent position in Jewish learning, law, and
morality? In this class, we will take a look at the histories, mysteries, and major figures of the Talmud. We will also study some of its texts. No prior experience with Babylonian Aramaic required. All sources will be available in English translation. New students, please contact Rabbi Moss before joining the class.

Please email Rabbi Moss for more information >>