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She first studied Talmud in 1992, with Rabbi Rachel Adler.Just a few years later she began writing Rashi's Daughters, and Anton has subsequently become one of the most popular interpreters of Talmud for modern readers.(Please note that this is not a comprehensive list and not all of these classes will be offered every session.)Join this 20-session course on Jewish life, thought and practice In a warm and open environment, explore Jewish thought, prayer and practice, learn about Jewish history and holidays, wrestle with inherited texts and contemporary issues, discuss Jewish views of God, ethics, life and death.Instructor and Coordinator, Rabbi Sue Oren First session: May 2 $ 400 for course ($ 350 early-bird rate – register by Mon, April 11) plus materials fee.Critically acclaimed by the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune and the Jewish Week, the book contains the cherished recipes of Holocaust survivors and remarkable stories that accompany them.Though books were NOT be sold on that evening, the Museum of Jewish Heritage did issue passes of admission to everyone in attendance, along with instructions on how to purchase a copy of this beautiful book.Debra Nussbaum Cohen is New York correspondent for Haaretz and contributing editor for The Forward.
PSJC members teach many of our classes and we bring in distinguished experts to teach subjects, as needed.
We were joined by our wonderfully gifted cantors and musicians in the area.
Maggie Anton at PSJC Noted author of Rashi’s Daughter, Maggie Anton, spoke at PSJC on Sunday April 21.
Thursdays, PM - PM | PSJC In this 3-part series, taught by Rabbi Carter and glass artist Aura Shahaf Woelfle, you will read the early stories of Genesis and explore its themes and imagery.
Then sketch and create a stand up 3-panel accordion book sculpture with fused glass that will reflect each student's creative vision, and express what resonates with his or her most in these incredible texts.
Our adult education program incorporates a mix of subjects and levels, accessible to those with little Jewish educational background and challenging to those who have been steeped in Yiddishkeit their whole lives.