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"Turn it and turn it, for everything is in it."

These immortal words about Torah from Pirke Avot express the powerful idea that the act of discovery . . . and self discovery . . . is open to all of us. Each of us is called, is challenged, to find his or her place within our tradition. And that tradition is rich with possibility . . . "everything is in it."

We look forward to another year of stimulating and fulfilling programs centered on the many facets of Jewish learning.


Rabbi Ranon Teller                                    Cantor Mark Levine

Upcoming Adult Ed Opportunities


Series #3: The Roots of Conservative Judaism
Tuesdays, December 7, 14, 21 at 7:00 PM CST.
Biblical stories can inform our understanding of our own relationships. The life lessons of our ancestors influence our personal, communal, and world values.

Red, White, and Jew - American Jewish Civilization: Colonial Through Post-Modern Times with Cantor Mark Levine
Sundays at 10:00 AM beginning October 10 (in person* & on Zoom)
Thursdays at 12:00 PM beginning October 14 (Zoom only)
A journey through the historical experiences of Jews in American society, from the arrival of the first Jew through the 21st century.  We will conclude with a brief look at the Texas Jewish experience. *If you plan to attend in person, please let us know by emailing

CBS Adult Ed on Zoom: Inspired Book Club
The Inspired Book Club meeting scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 9, was cancelled.  The revised schedule follows (all at 1:00 PM on Zoom):
Nov. 13 - Jews and Power by Ruth Wisse, led by Martin Kagan
Dec. 11 - My Father's Paradise by Ariel Sabar, led by Marcia Hurwitz
Jan. 8 - Spinoza's Challenge to Jewish Thought by Daniel B. Schwartz, leader TBA (this is the first of two meetings discussing this book)

CBS Adult Ed on Zoom: Shabbat Study
Saturday, December 18 at 1:00 PM.
On December 18, Luisa Kluger will lead a session entitled “Who are the Sephardim, really?”  This will be a background session in preparation for a more extensive series to be held in 2022.

Thu, December 2 2021 28 Kislev 5782