Liberal Judaism's Education Hub provides opportunities to learn and think about Judaism, faith and philosophy for people from all religions and backgrounds.


Liberal Judaism’s Education Hub hosts classes on a range of topics throughout the year.

Classes are two hours (7-9pm) including a 20 minute break.

Every week an optional Ma’ariv (evening) service will begin at 6:30pm.

Each term has two or three classes to choose from. Terms are 5 weeks long and you can choose to attend as many or as few classes as you would like each term.

A light supper will be provided. Please contact us if you have any dietary requirements.

2019 Classes

Term 1  9 January - 6 February

 
Introduction to Judaism & Biblical Hebrew
with Rabbis Danny Rich & Janet Burden
 
Modern Jewish Issues
Each week this class will tackle a different issue and how it relates to Judaism.

    9 January: Rabbi Emily Jurman – Tattoos through a Jewish lens
    16 January: Student Rabbi Gabriel Webber – Are we what we eat? Kashrut in the modern world
    23 January: Rabbi Yuval Keren & Carrie Shaw – Israeli culture through film
    30 January: Keshet UK – Gender and sexuality
    6 February: TBC

Leyning & Parashat HaShavuah
with Rabbi Nathan Godleman
Learn how to leyn (chant from the Torah scroll) and take an in depth look at the Torah portion of the week
 
Monthly Theology
with Rabbi Charley Baginsky
Dates: 30 January, 27 February, 13 March, 24 April, 29 May & 12 June


Liberal Judaism does not want anyone to be unable to attend education hub classes for financial reasons. To enquire about financial assistance please contact educationhub@liberaljudaism.org