Learn With Us
As our congregation grows, so grows our educational opportunities.
Hands on, experiential learning makes Jewish education fun and meaningful for all ages, including and especially for our youngsters. From age 5 to age 12,
youngsters immerse themselves in our joy-filled Jewlicious Learning program,
meeting Mondays from 4:15 to 6:00. Learning through living Judaism, hands-on, and interactive, with high faculty to student ratio, our youngsters love Jewlicious Learning.
Working with Rabbi Mintz or Cantor Goldberg, our pre-B’nai Mitzvah students find that preparing to become a Bar or Bat Mitzvah is exciting, challenging, and truly fulfilling.
Exploring the vast treasures of Judaism enriches our adult learners. Tuesday
evenings we offer Mussar from the Mussar Institute. Life comes with tests – often in the relationships with the people we love the most. Those tests try us. They also reveal the places where we have the potential to grow spiritually. The Jewish tradition of Mussar offers wisdom for facing and making the most of life’s challenges to help you find peace, love and fulfillment in heart and mind. This 13-session program guides participants in active engagement with Mussar as a spiritual tradition to learn and to transform.
In addition, there are special B’nai Mitzvah classes for our adult learners – taking the experiences of a lifetime and celebrating them in a special ceremony. And, then there’s our bi-monthly Torah study and our New Moon for All, Rosh Chodesh experiences – from star-gazing to play-making, the new month experiences are varied, educational, and lots of fun.
For more information and to register, call 702-436-4900
Immerse yourself in riveting informal Torah Study held on the first and third Shabbat of the month at our member’s homes and open to the public. Led by either Rabbi Emerita Yocheved Mintz, Rabbinic Intern Jamie Hyams, or one of our guest leaders – discussing the fascinating weekly portion with the group, sharing the wisdom of the sages with one-another, and adding our own modern-day insight and inquiry makes for a beautiful Shabbat morning of in-depth learning. morning (9:30 to 11;30 a.m.—no charge)