AN ENGAGING, TRANSFORMATIVE JOURNEY
6/1/21 – 7/13/21 (no class on 7/06/21)
Soul’s Cycles: A Ride Through the Chapters of Life
Let’s learn about life’s celebrations in tandem with Jewish meaning.
In this course, we’ll say “L’Chaim!” to Jewish markers of time, rites of passage, and celebratory rituals. En route to the finish line, this six-week course will navigate the winding roads of childhood and adulthood rituals, and how we understand them as Jews today. Our time together is certain to bring soul to life’s big moments.
$179 for 6-Week Course
7/13/21 – 8/2/21
We Are What We Remember
7:00 – 8:30 pm
(option to take the class in person or online)
This 4-session course of the Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning explores the impact of collective memory on our ongoing historical development and our understanding of Judaism today. Participants will encounter in a number of different ways one of the most powerful keys to Jewish survival: the enduring determination to never forget.
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Adult Jewish Learning classes go virtual!
To help protect the health and safety of our learners and the community at large while maintaining the best level of education, we are offering all courses online through Zoom. All you need is an Internet-connected computer, phone, or tablet.
We are committed to ensuring you have the best learning experience and look forward to seeing you in a streaming class soon!
Thank you for your support. Stay safe!
Coordinator of Adult Jewish Learning
Julia Berger, MAJE, is Coordinator of Melton Adult Jewish Learning in Greater Orlando. Before joining Melton, she earned her Master’s degree in History Museum studies from the State University of NY and a Master of Arts in Jewish Education from Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion.
In 2000, Julia moved to Orlando to become the Director of Education at the Congregation of Reform Judaism, and later became an adjunct professor at the University of Central Florida, where she continues to teach in the Judaic Studies Program. She has brought her enthusiasm for Judaism and her interactive teaching style to her adult courses in both these positions.
Julia is also a published author, having co-written the teachers’ guide, Teaching Jewish History, published by Behrman House. In addition, she has written articles on museum-school partnerships in Israel and using historical documents in the classroom.
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