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Learning at Ahavat Torah

Ahavat Torah offers a diverse range of educational opportunities. Whether you are seeking to deepen your knowledge of Jewish traditions, engage in thought-provoking discussions, or explore spirituality, the classes have something for you.  

Our adult education classes are led by our knowledgeable Rabbis. In addition to formal classes, our synagogue hosts guest speakers, workshops, and special events. 

We invite you to join one of our free classes. Come, engage with us, and embark on a meaningful learning experience at AT.

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Torah Study with

Rabbi Michal

Wednesdays @10-11:30 AM

On Zoom

Torah study is lifelong exploration, an endless journey of learning, reflection, and spiritual growth.  Join our lively, interactive, and fun experiences delving into study through the depth and breadth of each weekly Parasha and Haftarah, finding contemporary relevance and parallels.

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Rev. Shayna's

Sacred Circle Class

Reading the book

Torah, Tarot & Tantra.

Tuesdays @6:30pm

On Zoom

Join ​Rev. Shayna every week for  sacred circle book study, where we explore and discuss profound insights from spiritual literature.

Please, feel free to join in even if you haven’t attended before. Each class stands on its own. 

Bar/Bat Mitzvah Celebrations for all Ages

Preparation will consist of the following:

  1. Rabbi Michal will introduce you to the Shabbat morning prayers and help you uncover their deeper meanings. She will work individually with each student on his/her drash. 

  2. Rena Jaffe will teach you to read Hebrew, to learn the Shabbat service prayers, sing Torah trope and chant from the Torah. Rena will practice with you on the parts of the service you will lead. 

The class will culminate with a beautiful Shabbat service followed by a festive community cerebration.  

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Check in and Mussar 9am on Shabbat Morning

Mussar is a Jewish spiritual practice that offers instructions on how to live a meaningful and ethical life. Mussar is based on the idea that by cultivating inner virtues, we improve ourselves. Mussar offers opportunities for personal growth through a Jewish lens.

Each Shabbat from 9:00 AM - 9:45 AM (before services), our participants check in to share the highlights of their week. Then we explore Mussar in depth using a range of texts thoughtfully chosen by Rabbi Michal. 

Rosh Chodesh  - a Monthly Class
by Rabbi Judy Weintraub

Rosh Chodesh, the celebration of the new moon, holds special significance in Jewish tradition as a time of renewal and spiritual growth. Women gather to study Torah, share insights, and connect. At Ahavat Torah we mark the beginning of each Hebrew month with a special class by Rabbi Judy.

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