Study has always been at the heart of Jewish life. At TJ, our mission is to create an environment that encourages every learner and to open the doors to lifelong Jewish education. It is never too early or never too late to begin the journey!
All classes are via Zoom.
Call the temple office at 561-624-4633 for link information.
Adult B’nai Mitzvah Classes:
It’s never too late to begin. For men and women 20-120 years old who wish to be called to the Torah as a Bar/Bat Mitzvah. It is a two-year journey of study (depending on your level). Call the temple office for more information.
Monday, November 2nd at 10:30 a.m.
THE MISTRESS OF THE RITZ by Melanie Benjamin
A captivating novel based on the story of the extraordinary real-life American woman who secretly worked for the French Resistance during World War II--while playing hostess to the invading Germans at the iconic Hotel Ritz in Paris in March 1940. There, under a roof legendary for its unprecedented luxury, the Nazis rule over a paralyzed city. Its director and his beautiful American actress wife refuse to be defeated. While overseeing the smooth workings of the hotel, they both throw themselves fearlessly into the dangerous and clandestine workings of the French Resistance to fight for freedom. The novel is a brilliantly and unforgettably vivid human portrait at a time of unimaginable crisis and sacrifice.
Coffee & Conversation with Rabbi Feivel and Guest
Thursday, October 15th at 4:00 p.m.
Exploring our Roots – Genealogy / Tracing our Heritage
The art and science of Jewish Genealogy- whether you are just curious or are an experienced genealogist, we will explore why researching your family history is so exciting, where is a good place to start and what are some pro tricks! Join us with special guest Mike Goldstein, to learn about this fast-growing hobby!
Election 2020: An inside look with Dr. Kevin Wagner
Sunday, October 18th at 11:30 a.m.
Kevin Wagner is the Department Chair of Political Science, FAU University
Lunch & Learn with Rabbi Yaron Kapitulnik
Wednesday, October 21st Noon – 1:00 p.m.
Psalms, what they are, the role they play and various interpretations of the known and not so known psalms
The Book of Psalms, which is generally believed to be the most widely read and the most highly treasured of all the books in the Old Testament, is a collection of poems, hymns, and prayers that express the religious feelings of Jews throughout the various periods of their national history. The Book of Psalms has a special significance for understanding the religious life of ancient Israel. The prophets and the sages provide some insight concerning what the Hebrews thought, but the psalms give the clearest indication of what the Hebrews felt. Here, we find a revelation of the hopes, the joys, the sorrows, the loyalties, the doubts, and the aspirations of the human heart.
Shabbat Morning Service followed by Torah study
Saturdays 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
A discussion of the weekly Torah portion continues throughout the year.