ADULT LEARNING

The Birmingham Temple is committed to lifelong learning that encourages Jewish cultural literacy and an exploration of Humanistic values. We regard the Torah and other Jewish texts as human literature that reflects the interests and concerns of those who wrote or interpreted them. Classes are a privilege of membership! Guests are welcome to try them out...please contact the congregation office to make arrangements.

 

CURRENT ADULT LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES:

 

The Beliefs of the Jews

Rabbi Jeffrey Falick

Mondays, 7pm (resumes October 15, 2018)

Join us for another year of "comparative Judaism." This year we will continue our study of the works of Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan, founder of the Reconstructionist philosophy in Judaism. We will learn about his version of a humanistic Judaism and how it differs from ours. 

 

Wednesday Topics

Rabbi Jeffrey Falick

Noon, Watch for Schedule!

Throughout the year Rabbi Falick will offer several topics in Jewish studies. Watch the newsletters and website for updates on dates.

 

The (Secular Humanistic) Rebbe's Tisch

Rabbi Jeffrey Falick

Saturdays, 10am

Traditional Jews gather around their rabbi's table (their "rebbe's tisch") to learn words of wisdom from the Torah. Our Secular Humanistic rabbi, Jeff Falick, will begin each week with headlines from the Jewish world. Then we will turn to the Torah's weekly portion, employing the tools of critical-historical study along with an appreciation for traditional ways in which the Torah was studied throughout Jewish history. Also...come hungry for the bagels and coffee!

 

Jewish History Seminars

Natan Fuchs, Humanistic Jewish Madrich (Leader) & Scholar

Sundays, 10:30am, Check Temple Calendar for Sessions

Join Natan for an in-depth look at Jewish history.

BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE

CONGREGATION FOR HUMANISTIC JUDAISM

28611 W. Twelve Mile Road

Farmington Hills, Michigan 48334

248.477.1410 / Office Hours M&F, 9:30-2 & Tu-Th, 10-3

A Safe and

Welcoming Place

for the LGBTQ+

Community

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The Society for

Humanistic Judaism

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