FALL: My G‑d. 
Defining the Divine

November 1 - December 6, 2022
11 AM - 12:30 PM 

Nothing is off-limits as this refreshingly open course asks piercing questions about G‑d and delivers profound, insightful answers. An enlightening study into G‑d’s nature, G‑d’s goal for creation, human experiences of G‑d, the role of religion, and the function of miracles and prayer, this course promises to satisfy your questions, including those you didn't know you had.



WINTER: Book Smart
Course through Judaism’s Most Important Titles, and the Authors Who Inscribed Them

January 24 - February 28, 2023
11 AM - 12:30 PM

A panoramic overview of 3000 years of Jewish learning, this course introduces you to the works that earned us the title “The People of The Book.” You will experience the different genres that shape Jewish life, including Tanach, Midrash, Talmud, Halachah, Philosophy, Kabbalah, Musar, Chasidism, and meet the influential personalities who drove thirty centuries of Jewish scholarship. Whether you’re meeting these texts for the first time or as a seasoned scholar, this course will inform and enrich all your Jewish learning.



SPRING: Jewpernatural
Astrology, Superstition, and the Paranormal in Jewish Belief.

April 25 - May 23, 2023
11 AM - 12:30 PM

As we understand the natural world better, we have only grown more fascinated by mysterious topics like the meaning of dreams; the existence of angels, demons, and extraterrestrials; and the power of the evil eye. With record interest inspiring curiosity, dread, and mockery, this course probes the Talmud, Jewish philosophy, and kabbalah to provide Jewish perspectives and guidance for those curious about these perennial questions. 
This course is a four-week course.