Adult Jewish Learning
Whether you want to be able to join in the Hebrew prayers at services, take the first steps towards reading the Bible in the original, or just know the difference between a mazal tov and mitzvah, this course will help Hebrew to be a mystery no more!
Required for conversion to Judaism and adult b'nai mitzvah.
Instructor: Lori Dreffin
Wednesdays from 6:45-7:20 pm: October 30, November 6, 13, 20,
December 3 (Tuesday), 11, 17 (Tuesday), January 8.
Tuition: TKC Members - $36 for materials / Non-Members - $180,
$36 for a partner
Jewish tradition has a strong history of Mahloket, constructive disagreement, which has sharpened and strengthened our communities for years. Yet in our modern world it seems that our disagreements are only breaking down our relationships, not building better understandings. Join Rabbi Holtz and Rabbi Shuval-Weiner of Temple Beth Tikvah in exploring the classic Jewish roots of Mahloket and rediscover how disagreement can be holy. Presented in partnership with Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies, Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta and the Atlanta Rabbinical Association. Classes are free and open to the public and meet once a month from November-April, alternating between TKC and Temple Beth Tikvah.
Instructors: Rabbi Jason Holtz and Rabbi Alexandria Shuval-Weiner
Wednesdays November 13 (TKC), December 11 (TBT), January 22 (TKC), February 19 (TBT), March 18 (TKC) and April 22 (TBT).
Shabbat Morning Torah Study
Join us on Shabbat morning for an intimate 1-hour service, followed by an engaging and lively Torah study, where stories and teachings that are thousands of years old come to life in a meaningful, relevant way. Bagels and coffee are always served and always complimentary.
Be our guest!
Saturday mornings when there is no b'nai mitzvah - check TKC Calendar.
Free of charge, though donations to the Rabbi's Discretionary Fund are welcome to assist in providing bagels and coffee.
Learn With the Rabbi
Weekly Discussion Group
Join fellow congregants as you meet together with the Rabbi on Wednesdays at noon for a lively, interactive discussion on topics of Jewish interest. All subjects are decided upon jointly by the attendees and Rabbi Holtz.
Instructor: Rabbi Jason Holtz
Most Wednesdays, September through December from 12:00-1:00 pm
Tuition: Free for members / $100 for non-members