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The mission of Lifetime Learning is to provide programs and opportunities for adult members of Beth-El Congregation and the Jewish Community at-large which will enable them to learn and experience the heritage, values, theology and language of the Jewish people from a Reform point of view
Weekly at 9:20 am in the Sanctuary or Board Room
Join Rabbi Zimmerman and Rabbi Mecklenburger and some special guests on Sunday mornings beginning in September at 9:30 am for opportunities to learn, discuss, debate and explore powerful Jewish ideas. A full schedule of dates will be provided at the first few classes with regular updates in the monthly Temple bulletin. Topics will cover a diverse range from current events to ancient texts and academic discourse to practical conversations for parents and grandparents raising their children in an ever-changing Jewish world. Special programs and guests are being planned, so watch this space for more information.
Beginners' Classes are Sundays beginning in September, at 10:30 am.
Intermediate Hebrew Classes are Sundays beginning in September, at 11:30am.
Classes are in session every Sunday that Religious School is in session (click here for calendar)
Watch this space for information on guest speakers coming up in the fall.
Beth-El has and annual Film Festival in January/February of each year. The Temple Library has a copy of each film that was shown at all our annual film festivals. These films are available to Beth-El members for short-term check-out at no cost. We would like to thank Beth-El’s Endowment #2 and a grant from the Jewish Federation of Fort Worth and Tarrant County for making this possible.
Watch this space for the upcoming 2018 Film Festival.
Is there a program or topic that you would like for the Lifetime Learning Committee to consider? Let us hear from you. Email your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org.