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.
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.
Adult Ed Opportunities:
REEL Israel Film Series
March 7-11, 2021 at the Chelsea Theater
Through five incredible documentary films, Duke Associate Professor Shai Ginsburg will take participants on a unique tour of Israel. Several film screenings will be followed by evocative, honest discussions. Tugging at your heart and your mind, these films are not to be missed.
Classes & Lectures
Adult Beginner’s Hebrew
Wednesdays, November 25-December 14, 2020 7:00-8:30PM
Want to learn Hebrew? Kehillah is offering a 5 week crash course for $54. We must have 5 students to offer the course.
Heart Mind & Soul Series
Remotely with Zoom
July 14 & August 11, 7:30PM
John and Joy Kasson, retired professors of American Studies at UNC, will present two sessions examining the development of the Broadway musical in the twentieth century and highlighting the achievement of Jewish composers, writers, and performers. We will consider the historical significance, and theatrical context of two enduring musicals: Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II’s Show Boat (1927) on July 14 at 7:30, and Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick’s Fiddler on the Roof (1964) on August 11 at 7:30. The Zoom presentations will include a Powerpoint presentation and film clips. Click here for a more detailed statement of our approach and themes, as well as suggestions for viewing and listening. To join the conversation email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about our engaging Adult Education programs contact: sherri AT kehillahsynagogue.org