May 2019

Weekday Evening Courses:

Tuesdays

7.30 – 8.15pm Learn to read Hebrew. Almost learnt letters and vowels, now onto reading the prayers.

8.15 – 9.30pm Judaism 101. Everything you wanted to know about basic Judaism but were afraid to ask!

         7 May The Chumash dotted with texts from the prophets (Nevi’im) & what is          Prophetic Judaism?

         14 May The last section in the Tenach (Bible) Ketuvim (The writings)

         21 May Book of Ruth, country idyll or political treatise or spiritual yearning.

         28 May No class

Thursdays

7.30 – 8.15pm Prayer Book Hebrew: Improve your reading and translating of our basic prayers

8.15 – 9.30pm Moses ben Maimon (Maimonides) of twelfth century Egypt. Jewish Law and philosophy.

         2 May When? Where? What? Basic life facts

         9 May Who were the intended audience for the Guide to the Perplexed?

         16 May Why did he proclaim the Torah was divine in all its words?

         23 May Maimonides’ attitude to conversion, positive or not?

         30 May No class

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Please email Rabbi Jackie Tabick on jackie.tabick@gmail.com or text 07749821471. Members and visitors welcome.


Saturday 4 May                 Led by Rabbi Jackie Tabick

1.30 – 2:45pm                   Come and Schmooze

                                         Tell each other our news and discuss the news of the day.

                                         Bring some veggie lunch or kosher fish to share

3:00 – 4:30pm                   Shabbat service followed by tea

Saturday 11 May               Led by Rabbi Jackie Tabick & Ariel Chalklin

3:00 – 4:30pm                   Shabbat Service followed by tea

Saturday 18 May               Led by Judith Fox

3:00 – 4:30pm                   Shabbat service followed by tea

Saturday 25 May               Led by Rabbi Jackie Tabick

1.30 – 2:45pm                   Wonderful insights from Pirkei Avot

                                         Bring some veggie lunch or kosher fish to share

3:00 – 4:30pm                   Shabbat service followed by tea

*All ending times are approximate

Please note that you will be expected to show a valid photo id
such as a passport, driving licence or student id.