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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
E-mail: dellner.css@gmail.com
 

Upcoming Adult Education Events:

Franklin D. Roosevelt as A Figure in American History
Thursday, June 21st at 8pm
Fellow congregant Dr. Sylvan Kesilman will give talk about the unique life of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Dr. Kesilman, who received his Ph.D. in history from the Ohio State University, is excited to share his passion for American political history with the congregation during this talk. Cost is $3 per person, RSVP is requested.
The Jewish View on the Afterlife
Mondays, June 11, June 18 and June 25 • 2:30-3:30pm
A 3-week series on the mysteries of the hereafter with Rabbi Alexander Coleman.  Free of charge.  Limited seating.  Registration is required.
 
Knitting Group
Tuesday, June 19 at 1pm
Learn to knit or come enjoy the company while working on your own project!  No charge.
Sun, July 22 2018 10 Av 5778