Reform Jewish Study in Jerusalem

Reform Jewish Study in JerusalemReform Jewish Study in Jerusalem sponsored by the Saltz Center takes place every Sunday night at the World Union for Progressive Judaism located in Mercaz Shimshon-Beit Shmuel from 8:00pm -10:00pm.

The program is designed for individuals who are visiting and or living in Jerusalem who wish to study from a Reform/Progressive Jewish perspective. The program is in English and taught by local rabbis, professors, and personalities.

For more information: Contact The Saltz Education center at saltz@wupj.org.il.

Reform Jewish Study in Jerusalem

Reform Jewish Values, Timeless Jewish Learning

WHAT

A rabbinic parable asks, "Where is God?" And the answer is… "God is looking through the windows of the Beit Midrash." Come study Jewish texts from a Reform/Progressive Jewish perspective in English with local rabbis, professors, and personalities. Topics range from "Women in Jewish law" to modern midrash to modern Jewish thought.

WHEN

Every Sunday Evening from 8:00pm-9:30pm
All sessions are independent from one another.
Price: 10 NIS per session

WHERE

The World Union for Progressive Judaism
6 Shama Street {Beit Shmuel}
(From 13 King David Street make a right on to 6 Shama Street

 

For more information contact the Saltz Center
at 02 620-3622 or email saltz@wupj.org.il
or log on to www.saltz-center.org

Reform Jewish Study Tours in Jerusalem

Reform Jewish Study Tours in JerusalemThe Seventy Faces of Jerusalem: A Living Laboratory for Experiential Learning

WHAT

Jerusalem is a city of three major religions and seventy faces. Come find out why one city has seventy faces if not more. Through architecture, language, and breath taking views, we will explore the holiness of Jerusalem and its significance for Judaism, Islam and Christianity.

WHEN

Every Friday morning from 9:00pm-12:00 noon
Price: 35 NIS per session

WHERE

The World Union for Progressive Judaism
6 Shama Street {Beit Shmuel}
(From 13 King David Street make a right on to 6 Shama Street

 

For more information contact the Saltz Center
at 02 620-3622 or email saltz@wupj.org.il
or log on to www.saltz-center.org