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Lifelong Learning

Say not, ‘When I have free time I shall study,’
for you may perhaps never have any free time

– Rabbi Hillel

Lifelong Learning programming at Temple Tikvah offers opportunities for congregants to engage in learning and spiritual growth.

We are pleased to offer a range of learning options, from language to text to ritual practice, some ongoing and some just in one session. Find something or things that interest you, and make the time! We look forward to learning with you!

Torah study is held on Shabbat morning from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Discussion on the weekly parsha  (torah portion being read that week) is led by Rabbi Sheinberg. No prior knowledge is required.

Once a month, on Saturday mornings after Torah Study, we hold a Learner’s Service followed by a Lunch n’ Learn program. This program is open to members of the congregation, as well as their friends and family, and the community. Participants are invited to lunch and learn from an array of talented educators offering presentations on a variety of topics of Jewish interest.

Additional Ongoing Education Programs Include:
♦ Special holiday-related programs such as Tikun Leil Shavuot on the eve of Shavuot
♦ Rabbi’s course
♦ Weekday Cinema

For more information on our Lifelong  Learning Program, contact lifelonglearning@templetikvah.org

For information on other Reform Movement Learning Opportunities visit https://reformjudaism.org/learning

We are all limited in our movements and are spending a great deal of time at home.  What a perfect time to learn and enjoy some entertainment.  Here are a few suggestions and links that you may be interested in:

1. Institute for Jewish Spirituality - Daily Online Meditation Sits, Mondays – Fridays, 12:30 PM – 1:00 PM EST.  

2. AishLive – Daily live classes (Mondays – Thursdays) featuring top educators from Aish Jerusalem and Aish branches around the world. Check often for the current schedule. 

3.  Temple Emanu-El, Virtual Streicker
During these difficult times, we all need to keep up our spirits with joy, laughter and new ideas. We invite you to join us to meet your favorite actors and playwrights, musicians and chefs during a special celebration of Jewish Arts and Culture.  You may register for a program on their website 
or watch recorded webinars from their archive.

4. National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene Live
The Award-winning National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene [NYTF] is the longest continuously producing Yiddish theatre company in the world. The company presents plays, musicals, concerts, lectures, interactive educational workshops and community-building activities in English and Yiddish, with English and Russian supertitles accompanying performances.  

5. Hoopla app
Instantly borrow free digital eBooks, audiobooks, movies, music, comics, and TV shows courtesy of your public library. hoopla is the leading all-in-one digital library app, with over 800,000 titles—from best-selling novels and blockbuster movies to niche, hard-to find content, hoopla has something for everyone.  Download the hoopla app to your device. You will be able to find out if your library supports hoopla and then you can sign in and borrow materials.

6. RBdigital
For those of you with a Queens library card, you can use RBDigital to access books.  You can download the app or use the web browser.

Mon, November 30 2020 14 Kislev 5781