Continuing our tradition as a vibrant congregation, Temple Sholom in Broomall offers Adult Education classes led by Temple clergy, staff and guest educators. These classes are open to the entire Temple community. Come and learn with us. If you are interested in starting a class or have a class that you would like to see added to our curriculum, please contact Rabbi Rigler at email@example.com.
We study Tahakh (the books of the Bible) most Wednesdays from 10:30 to 11:30 in the Library with Rabbi Rigler. All members are welcome. Check the Calendar for the schedule.
Scholar in Residence
Every Spring, we have a Scholar in Residence weekend. Scholars from all areas of Judaism come for a Friday night sermon, a Saturday program, and a Sunday brunch/lecture. They can speak on any topic from art to theology to anti-semitism, whatever their area of expertise. Check the Calendar for the schedule.
Women’s Spirituality Group
Women’s Spirituality is a study group for women members of Temple Sholom. We invite guests leaders to share their teachings with us. Each month we address a different topic, as chosen by the leader. Details can be found in the monthly Temple Sholom Tidings.
Programs for 2018-19
Open to all women members of Temple Sholom
Wednesdays, 7:30-9:00 PM in the library, exceptions **
Study sessions for 2018-19 led by the following facilitators
See Temple Tidings for details about these monthly programs
Sept 26 – Lori Green
Oct 17 – Rabbi Shelly Barnathan
Nov 28 – Rabbi Stacy Rigler
Dec 19 – Anna Marx
Jan 30, 2019 – Rabbi Shelly Barnathan
Feb 27 – Book Discussion
Mar 27 – Rosh Hodesh
April 24 – Florence Manson
**May 16 – Thursday at 10 A.M. Ridley Creek State Park
June 26 – Rabbi Leah Berkowitz
These sessions are free and open to all women members of Temple Sholom
We explore themes of Jewish content and their relevance to women’s lives
Many thanks to our facilitators for being our teachers and sharing their gifts with us.
Programs are funded by your contributions to Temple Sholom designated for Women’s Spirituality and by a generous gift from Sisterhood of Temple Sholom.