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.
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 (Occasionally classes will require you to attend all sessions).

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

2019  Term 3  10 April – 8 May

Introduction to Judaism & Biblical Hebrew
with Rabbis Danny Rich & Janet Burden
Hope & Anger in Our Texts
with Rabbi Sandra Kviat
Note: There is no class on 10 April
Second Temple Texts & Traditions
with Rafe Thurstance
1. Religious Plurality in Ancient Israel
2. Pharisees, Scribes, and Sadducees
3. Khirbet Qumran & The Dead Sea Scrolls
4. Genesis – not quite the beginning after all
5. Women in Second Temple Society
Monthly Theology
with Rabbi Charley Baginsky
24 April – Is God dead, a drug, an illusion? – some modern responses and suspicions;
29 May – Judaism and Theodicy – Post Holocaust Theology;
12 June – Reasons to Believe – can we rationalise a belief in God?

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