Are you a wondering Jew?
Perhaps you went to Sunday School and learned about Judaism then, but now you’d like to explore it from an adult perspective. If so, the Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning is for you.
The core curriculum is a great place to start. The Purposes of Jewish Living and the Rhythms of Jewish Living are being offered as both daytime and evening options.
The Scholars Curriculum lets you chose to explore Bereshit (Genesis), Shemot (Exodus), Jewish Denominations, the History of Jewish Humor, Beyond Borders, Israeli Literature as a Window to Israeli Society and Jews in America.
There are even two classes exclusive to the Louisville Melton program: Magicians, Witches, Angels and Demons – in the Bible and Beyond; and Ruth, Judith and Esther. Both of these classes were created and are taught by Rabbi Laura Metzger.
The Melton faculty includes Cantor David Lipp, Rabbi Laura Metzger, Rabbi Stanley Miles, Deborah Slosberg and Rabbi Robert Slosberg.
Not sure if Melton is right for you? Sample the core curriculum on Tuesday, August 2, 6:45-8 p.m. at Adath Jeshurun. During this free Taste of Melton program, Rabbis Stanley Miles and Robert Slosberg will use Melton’s text-based approach to give you a taste of the Rhythms and Purposes of Jewish Living courses.
To reserve your place at the Taste of Melton program, to get more information about the Melton program or to register, contact Melton Director Deborah Slosberg, 502-458-5359 or email@example.com. You can also register online at jewishlouisville.org/melton.
The Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning is sponsored by Congregation Adath Jeshurun in collaboration with The J and with support from Congregation Anshei Sfard, Keneseth Israel Congregation, Temple Shalom and The Temple. This program is made possible by a generous grant from the Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence and the Dorothy Levy Memorial Fund. Scholarships are provided by the Jewish Federation of Louisville.