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Torah 1

Understanding the Torah and what it asks of us is perhaps one of the most important things a Jew can learn. But most Torah classes begin in Genesis and never finish the first book. If you want a comprehensive overview of the whole Torah, Torah 1 is the course for you. In the first year […]

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Melton: Social Justice – The Heart of Judaism in Theory and Practice

Register now open for the virtual course for Melton: Social Justice – The Heart of Judaism in Theory and Practice. This 10-part Melton course highlights the Jewish call to action and provides a practical approach for achieving lasting change. Drawing from classic and modern texts, the course explores the communal connection that compels us to […]

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Melton Core 1: Rhythms & Purposes of Jewish Living

Registration is now open for Melton Core 1: Rhythms and Purposes of Jewish Living. This 25-lesson course will take you through the year-cycle, lifecycle, traditions and practices that bind us together. Explore not just the what’s and how’s of Jewish living, but the why’s that go with them. 7 p.m.$300 per person, per year (25 […]

Kaufmann’s: From Peddlers to Prosperity

Join Rodef Shalom Congregation for "Kaufmann's: From Peddlers to Prosperity" with archivist Martha L. Berg in a conversation with Marylynne Pitz and Laura Malt Schneiderman of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette about their new book on the family behind the famed Kaufmann's department store. 7 p.m. 4905 Fifth Ave. rodefshalom.org/kaufmanns

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Online Parashah Study Groups

Join a lay-led Online Parashah Study Group to discuss the week's Torah portion. All classes meet online. No Hebrew knowledge is needed. The goal is to build community while deepening understanding of the text. For more information, visit bethshalompgh.org/online-parashah.

First Mondays with Rabbi Alex

Join Rabbi Alex Greenbaum for Beth El Congregation of the South Hill's "First Mondays with Rabbi Alex." This month's guest is Dr. Cyril Wecht who will discuss his new book "The JFK Assassination Dissected." During the Zoom only event, Wecht will raffle a copy of the book. 12 p.m. bethelcong.org.

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Monday Talmud Study

Join Rabbi Mark Asher Goodman in learning Masechet Rosh Hashanah, a tractate of the Talmud about the many new years that fill out the Jewish calendar at Congregation Beth Shalom's Monday Talmud Study. 9:15 a.m. For more information, visit bethshalompgh.org/mondaytalmud.

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New Light Congregation November Lecture Series: Pittsburgh is Our Home

Join New Light Congregation for their November Lecture Series: Pittsburgh is our Home. Classes will be in-person and on Zoom. Free. 7 p.m. Registration required to receive the Zoom link. To register, please send an email to janet@newlightcongregation.org or register online at newlightcongregation.org. For a complete list of subjects and speakers, visit newlightcongregation.org.

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Parashah Discussion: Life & Text

Bring the parashah alive and make it personally relevant and meaningful with Rabbi Mark Goodman in this weekly Parashah Discussion: Life & Text. 12:15 p.m. For more information, visit bethshalompgh.org/life-text.

Samuel Rosenberg, Painter: A Vision of the Hill 1930

Join Barbara Long Jones, curator emerita at The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, and Laurence Glascoe, associate professor of history at the University of Pittsburgh, for Samuel Rosenberg, Painter: A Vision of the Hill 1930. Rosenberg, a revered painter and teacher, spent his career in Pittsburgh. Andy Warhol, among many others, was his student. Several […]

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Three Rivers Film Festival

The Three Rivers Film Festival will showcase 18 exciting and thought-provoking independent feature films that you won’t see anywhere else. Along with the screenings, come enjoy Q&As with cast and crew, a chance to vote on your favorite films, and special events like a pinball party on opening night and the 40th anniversary screening of […]

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Torah 1

Understanding the Torah and what it asks of us is perhaps one of the most important things a Jew can learn. But most Torah classes begin in Genesis and never finish the first book. If you want a comprehensive overview of the whole Torah, Torah 1 is the course for you. In the first year […]

Post Film Discussion After Munich

Classrooms Without Borders presents a post-film discussion of the film Munich with Francine Zuckerman, moderated by Avi Ben Hur. 3 p.m. cwbpgh.org/event/post-film-discussion-after-munich

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Melton: Social Justice – The Heart of Judaism in Theory and Practice

Register now open for the virtual course for Melton: Social Justice – The Heart of Judaism in Theory and Practice. This 10-part Melton course highlights the Jewish call to action and provides a practical approach for achieving lasting change. Drawing from classic and modern texts, the course explores the communal connection that compels us to […]

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Melton Core 1: Rhythms & Purposes of Jewish Living

Registration is now open for Melton Core 1: Rhythms and Purposes of Jewish Living. This 25-lesson course will take you through the year-cycle, lifecycle, traditions and practices that bind us together. Explore not just the what’s and how’s of Jewish living, but the why’s that go with them. 7 p.m.$300 per person, per year (25 […]