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Register for Deep Dive into the Siddur with Leah Julian

A Peek Into the Most Essential Book of the Jewish Library

Some people say that the most important book in the Jewish library, besides the Torah, is the Siddur- the Jewish prayerbook. Inside the Siddur are thousands of years of Jewish wisdom compiled in a way that helps us awaken to the holiness in our everyday lives. The siddur is thick and dense. Without knowing what you are looking at or what to look for, it’s easy to get lost inside the maze of its pages. During this 5-week spring course we will be taking a deep dive into the most essential parts of the Siddur. We will explore the philosophy, theology, development, and purpose of these prayers in order to help us start to unlock the treasures of one of the fundamental parts of the Jewish Tradition.
Leah R Julian photoLeah Julian is a rabbinical student who grew up in Davis, CA at Congregation Bet Haverim. Leah has been a Jewish educator for years, teaching people of all ages. Leah loves what she does and is excited to learn alongside you.
 

Rabbi Greg Wolfe welcomes questions about Bet Haverim or Reform Judaism at rabbi@bethaverim.org, or 530-758-0842.

  • Thank you for registering for Deep Dive into the Siddur, a five week free class.

    We will be meeting on Thursdays from Noon to 1 p.m., starting on April 8 and concluding on May 6.

  • Anyone 13 or older in your household is welcome to participate. We need an exact number, to prepare for sessions. If they will be signing on from a different screen, please have them register SEPARATELY, from their own email address.
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  • Thank you.

    After you submit your information you will receive a confirmation email with more details about the course. Shortly before your event date, you will receive an email from the instructor with the Zoom link (or to confirm details of your registration, if we have questions).

  • This class is entirely free of charge. If you would like to help support this and future classes for adults about religious and ethical topics, please use the above to make a donation. After you press submit, you will be taken to PayPal, where you can pay with a credit/debit card of your choice.

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