Adult Ed

Life-long learning for congregants of all ages is a core value at CSS.  Our adult learning opportunities nurture our connection with Judaism and reveal the relevance of Jewish traditions in the 21st century.  Topics are created to be meaningful, experiential learning based on our congregants' interests.  Some of our past topics have included weekly Torah study, Jewish history, Israel, Popular Culture, Jewish cooking, and Hebrew language, to name a few.

The programs we offer are welcoming, challenging, and accessible at a variety of levels.  Our wide range of teachers includes congregants, rabbis, cantors, and professional educators engaging learners of all ages.

See below for our new and upcoming programs or click here for a full list of our lifelong learning programs.

Contact Us:

Denise Ellner, Adult Education Chair

Upcoming Adult Education Events:

CSS Book Discussion Group
Thursday, October 19 at 12pm
Join us every 3rd Thursday of the month for this book discussion at CSS.  On October 19th, Rosalie Cohen, CSS Librarian, will review th book Love Never Sleeps by Mary Summer Rain.  Light refreshments will be provided.  A donation of $2 per person is requested.
Hebrew Across America
Sundays, beginning October 22.  Beginners class: 9:15am, Intermediate class: 10am
Led by our instructor, Jack Belitsky, the beginners class is designed for Jews with little or no background in Hebrew and concentrates on teaching the Hebrew alphabet and reading skills
Our Intermediate class is a follow-up to our beginner class and builds on the skills mastered in the previous class.
To register, please call the synagogue office at 215-677-1600 or click here.
Introduction to Midrash
Thursday, November 2, November 9, November 16, and December 7 at 7pm
Midrash is the rabbinic understanding of the Torah.  Everything we think of as normative Judaism comes from the Midrash.  Join Rabbi Dan to learn more about this vital aspect of Jewish culture.  All are welcome.
Sat, October 21 2017 1 Cheshvan 5778