Here, we offer a variety of ways to learn and evolve.
You’ll find social clubs meeting in homes, serious study groups grappling with heavy topics, or larger gatherings involved in social action.
Explore ongoing monthly favorites, like the Book Club and Movie Club. Roll up your sleeves to make havdallah candles, spice boxes, challah, or other holiday treasures. Learn to read and understand Hebrew—mastering the language of the Jewish people. Or, attend scholarly lectures by acclaimed intellectuals about current global issues.
At Kehillah, you’ll find multiple ways to connect with, and make a difference, in your community. From that comes the best part: enduring friendships.
Typical Adult Ed Opportunities:
Kehillah Jewish Book Club
Discuss historic and modern Jewish fiction & non-fiction. Everyone welcome, even if you haven’t read the book! Held in private homes.
Watch and analyze intellectually stimulating movies in a social setting. For more information contact admin AT kehillahsynagogue DOT org. Held in private homes.
Classes & Lectures
Finding Your Voice: Service Leading 101
Through lessons with vocal coach Jane Peppler and Rabbi Jen you’ll gain the skills and confidence to join our cadre of lay-leaders.
Introduction to Hebrew
Scholars Panel: NC Social Justice Issues
We are proud to host a lively discussion of current social justice issues affecting North Carolina, especially voter’s rights. Guest panelists include: Dr. Nancy MacLean, William H. Chafe Professor of History and Public Policy at Duke University, and Dr. Charles van der Horst, Professor of Medicine, UNC School of Medicine, Associate Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases, and Developmental Core Director, UNC Center for AIDS Research.