Aleph Bet II: Hebrew with Jeremy Rosenshine

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The Romemu Center – Sundays starting November 3rd This Hebrew class is good for those who already have some familiarity with the Hebrew letters and basic reading but would like to improve their reading skills, better understand the meaning of words and delve into some basic principles of the Hebrew language. To make your reading Continue Reading »

Never Too Late: B Mitzvah Journey for Lifelong Learners with Rabbi Dianne Cohler-Esses and Hazzan Basya Shechter

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The Romemu Center – Beginning January 2020 Never Too Late, Romemu’s adult B Mitzvah journey, prepares participants for a deepened experience of this Jewish rite of passage with fellow spiritual travelers in an 18-month program of preparation. In addition, this course gives participants tools for more active synagogue participation and leadership. For more information, email Continue Reading »

Walking The Path: Judaism for Beginners with Rabbi Mira Rivera

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The Romemu Center – Beginning January 2020 Jewish practice is active sacred engagement.  Wherever you are along your spiritual way, this course offers to meet you there; and invites you to deepen your journey. Whether that means exploring conversion, approaching the tradition for the first time, or reinvigorating and reimagining your Jewish life. For more Continue Reading »

Aleph Bet I: Beginning Hebrew with Wendy Miles

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The Romemu Center – Tuesdays starting December 3rd Dive into the Hebrew language in an intimate, relaxed and supportive environment! We will start by learning the Hebrew alphabet. Participants will be exposed to all aspects of the language, including reading and writing. Once we’ve made progress, we’ll introduce Shabbat and holiday liturgy. For more information, Continue Reading »

Torah Tuesdays with Rabbi David

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The Romemu Center – Tuesdays starting November 12th From Mezritch to Manhattan: An Intellectual and Spiritual Pilgrimage into the heart of Hasidism and Neo-Hasidism with Rabbi David Ingber Every Tuesday night Rabbi David will unpack an essential Hasidic idea including elevating sparks, mystical union, joy, ecstatic prayer, equanimity, the power of chant and niggun, serving Continue Reading »