Adult Education is an opportunity to deepen your understanding of Judaism and your participation within a Jewish community. This series of classes provides an opportunity to not only strengthen your Jewish identity but also to become comfortable with the basics of Jewish life. All classes are free of charge unless otherwise noted. In the past year, our programs have included a range of topics, including: Introduction to Judaism, Talmud Studies, News & Views of current affairs, Philosophy Café, and special annual events, such as Jewish Resistance Art Exhibit and Guest Speaker, as well as engaging discussion panels.

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Minyan Club

Every Tuesday

Minyan Club


Every Tuesday and Thursday morning

7:30am-8:00am

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Every Tuesday  morning from 7:30am-8:00am.

Minyan is followed by coffee and bagels!


Coffee & Commentary

Thursdays at 2 pm on Zoom

Coffee & Commentary on Zoom


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Thursdays, at 2 pm

Join us as we embark on a journey to Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Poland, and Marocco to explore what the greatest Jewish sages and scholars from those lands have to teach us about the weekly Torah portion.

Scholar-in-Residence Special Event

November 1st to the 3rd

Sini to E.I.


Do you use Siri or Alexa or Google Home? Are you interested in science and artificial intelligence? Then this is the Shabbat dinner for you!
Join us at Beth Tikvah for a talk by Rabbi Daniel Nevins …

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Friday Nov 1st, after Shabbat Shabbat Dinner From Sini to A.I.

Shabbat Nov 2nd after Kiddush Lunch The Earth is the Lord’s

Please RSVP for Shabbat Dinner By Wednesday October 30th!

Five Spiritual Masters of the Jewish Tradition

Every Tuesday

Saturday Chassidic Insights


Every Tuesday @ 7:30pm
(Except for the first Tuesday of every month)

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Explore the deep spiritual wisdom and philosophical insight of five masters of our tradition. No background need for this journey into the heart of Judaism’s deepest teachings.

Teacher: Rabbi Adam Rubin