Adult Education

LIfelong Learning: Open Minds

Be part of this new initiative to enhance lifelong learning in our community. Adults of all ages and stages are invited for year-round offerings.

Author presentations • Cooking programs • Spirituality workshops • Film screenings • Study sessions  • Book discussions

We’re excited to bring four remarkable authors to the community this year: 
Sally Kohn • The Opposite of Hate • Monday, October 15 • 7:30 PM
Alexandra Silber •  After Anatevka • Sunday, March 3 • 4:00 PM
Erika S. Perl • All Three Stooges • Tuesday, March 19 • 6:30 PM
Izzy Ezagui • Disarmed • Thursday, April 11 • 7:30 PM

Click Here> Lifelong Learning Brochure 2018-19

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At The Community Synagogue, we are keenly aware that all of our members, from our youngest children to our most senior congregants, never stop the search for more meaning and connection in their lives and never stop the development of their Jewish knowledge or identity.

We offer a yearlong schedule of Adult Education events, classes and study sessions designed to enrich the lives of our congregants. Programs range from weekly Torah Study to appearances by national experts and cover a wide array of issues and interests. All are designed to engage our membership in questions that interest them and matter most. We are a congregation of lifetime learners, where Adult Education brings us closer to each other and allows us to explore Judaism and the whole world with a Jewish perspective.

Click here for the 92nd Street Y Live streaming program schedule.

 

Shabbat at Home

Instead of coming to synagogue, let the shul come to you.  "Shabbat at Home" is an innovative program that encourages people to join tegether in celebrating the coming of Shabbat with song,  a shared meal and light study with one of the rabbis.  Anywhere from 5 to 7 families (or up to 14 individuals) can join together to have Shabbat in this intimate experience.  If you are interested in volunteering to host please be in touch either one of the rabbis.