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Torah 2

H. Arnold and Adrien B. Gefsky Community Scholar Rabbi Danny Schiff presents Torah 2. Understanding the Torah and what it asks of us is perhaps one of the most important things that a Jew can learn. In Torah 2, Schiff will explore the second half of Leviticus and all of Numbers and Deuteronomy. $225. Zoom. […]

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Modern Jewish Philosophy

Join H. Arnold and Adrien B. Gefsky Community Scholar Rabbi Danny Schiff for Modern Jewish Philosophy. In this course, Rabbi Schiff will introduce the great Jewish philosophers of modernity and will make their important ideas understandable and relevant to today. $95. Zoom. jewishpgh.org/event/modern-jewish-philosophy/2023-10-16

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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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The Jewish Calendar

Join H. Arnold and Adrien B. Gefsky Community Scholar Rabbi Danny Schiff for The Jewish Calendar. Sometimes the holidays come “early,” and sometimes the holidays come “late.” Why? In this series, Rabbi Schiff will explore the Jewish texts that gave rise to the Jewish calendar. How does the cycle of the Jewish year actually work, […]

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Parshat/Torah portion class

Temple Sinai's Rabbi Daniel Feldman presents a weekly Parshat/Torah portion class onsite and online. Call 412-421-9715 for more information and the Zoom link.

Day of Healing: Commemorative Self-Care

Join the 10.27 healing partnership at the Squirrel Hill JCC for a day of wellness, self-care and healing in anticipation of the fifth year Oct. 27, 2018 commemoration. A variety of free wellness opportunities will include an open arts studio, acupuncture, group improv, yoga, and reiki-infused sound bathing. All members and non-members of the JCC […]

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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.

Hiding to Survive Jewish Children in Krakow, Poland

The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh presents Hiding to Survive Jewish Children in Krakow, Poland. How did Jewish children conceal their presence during the Holocaust and what effect did hiding have on child survivors? This talk will expand the story of Krakow Jews as told in the film "Schindler's List" by zooming in on Jewish children's […]

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Melton – Ethics & Crossroads

The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh virtually presents two Melton courses back-to-back, Ethics and Crossroads. In Ethis, learn how Jewish teachings shed light on Jewish issues. Crossroads will present an emphasis on reclaiming the richness of Jewish history. 7 p.m. $300 for this 25-session series (book included). jewishpgh.org/series/melton-ethics-crossroads

The Branch Annual Meeting

Join the Branch as they welcome the CEO of the Blue Dove Foundation to discuss transforming the way the Jewish community understands and responds to mental illness. 7 p.m. Sally and Howard Levin Clubhouse, 2609 Murray Ave.

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The God Class

Join H. Arnold and Adrien B. Gefsky Community Scholar Rabbi Danny Schiff for The God Class. Schiff will discuss Jewish views of God and how they’ve developed through the ages. 9:30 a.m. $150 Rodef Shalom Congregation, 4905 Fifth Ave. jewishpgh.org/event/the-god-class/2023-09-27

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Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s Light in the Dark

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's season opener tells powerful stories of tragedy, hope and human connection. The program’s central work, Sounds of the Sun, is a world premiere by Jennifer Archibald, which celebrates the life of Florence Waren, a Jewish dancer who lived in Paris and worked with the French Resistance during World War II. Also included […]

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Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s Light in the Dark

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's season opener tells powerful stories of tragedy, hope and human connection. The program’s central work, Sounds of the Sun, is a world premiere by Jennifer Archibald, which celebrates the life of Florence Waren, a Jewish dancer who lived in Paris and worked with the French Resistance during World War II. Also included […]

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Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s Light in the Dark

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's season opener tells powerful stories of tragedy, hope and human connection. The program’s central work, Sounds of the Sun, is a world premiere by Jennifer Archibald, which celebrates the life of Florence Waren, a Jewish dancer who lived in Paris and worked with the French Resistance during World War II. Also included […]

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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.