Jewish tradition compares Torah to "a well of living waters" -- not only because water invigorates the body as Torah refreshes the soul, but because Torah study is dynamic; students of Torah continually bring forth new insights, even as fresh water gushes from a fountain.Read more
This year’s adult education theme is “Jews and Politics.” We’ll explore the intersection of Judaism and political life in ancient times and today. What does Judaism have to say about politics and government? How might our tradition inform our political beliefs and engagement today? We’ll see how Judaism can help us navigate the current tumultuous political landscape.
Come to a class at Beth Am, and you'll soon experience for yourself the vibrancy of creative study. Our members are thoughtful, reflective and articulate; they come from all sorts of backgrounds and every level of knowledge and observance; and they bring the perspective of their professions and life experience to the table.
There are a myriad of learning opportunities at Beth Am, from drop-in classes to more formal courses. Many of our offerings are free and open to the general public; others have a fee or are meant specifically for Beth Am members. If you are interested in attending a course but need help with the fee, please don’t hesitate to contact Rabbi Sarah Weissman – we will work something out. And if you have a great idea for a new class or speaker, let her know that too. We are always working to expand and improve our adult learning opportunities.Close