Tag Archive: Adult Education

Sep 19

Shabbat Morning Service and JTalk programme

Our Shabbat Morning service begins at 9.30 a.m. The Adult Education programme is from 11.15 a.m. to 12.15 p.m. For your easy reference herewith the list of speakers and topics for September and October. 21 September Prof. Merle Williams Yehuda Amichai’s Jerusalem: Love, Conflict, Redemption? The session will involve a segment of the Melton ‘graduate …

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Jul 11

Shabbat Morning Service & Adult Education Programme

Our Shabbat Morning service begins at 9.30 a.m. The Adult Education programme is from 11.15 a.m. to 12.15 p.m. For your easy reference herewith the list of Speakers & Topics for the next few weeks. 13 July Prof. Ran Greenstein “Israel, Zionism and Jewish Identity: from historical foundations to current challenges” 20 July Rosa Manoim …

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Jun 27

Adult education speakers: This week, Lewis Levin

Shabbat Morning service begins at 9.30 a.m.. For your easy reference, here is a list of speakers and topics for the new Adult Education programme for the remainder of June and the beginning of July 2013. The lectures begin at 12.15pm: 29 June Lewis Levin Squares and Spirals: A personal journey through Jewish Sacred Geometry …

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May 30

Adult Education Programme: Speakers for June sessions

Shabbat Morning service begins at 9.30 a.m. Below is a list of speakers and topics for the Adult Education programme in June. Sessions begin at 11.15 am 1 June Prof. David Bilchitz Kaddish symphony – Blasphemy or Profound Theological Exploration? Part 2 8 June Prof. Marcia Leveson South African Jewish fiction Then and Now 15 …

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Apr 11

Jewish Study becomes Adult Education: Full Programme

Please note that the Jewish Study 1 will now become: ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAMME starting Saturday 13th April after the morning service and before the Talmud study group. Time: Approx 11:15 a.m. – 12:15. For your easy reference, herewith a list of speakers and topics for April and May 2013. Now and again there may be …

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