Week of Events
The Jewish people has given the world a range of extraordinary gifts. Without Jews, these amazing contributions might not exist at all. In the 10-part series, The Gift of the Jews, Rabbi Danny Schiff will detail the most significant ten gifts that Jews have given to civilization and will explain their importance to humanity as […]
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.
Join the 10.27 Healing Partnership for Wellness Wednesday, a rotating series of wellness practitioners including meditation practitioners, acupuncturists, reiki-infused sound bathing, somatic healing, vibro-acoustic harp therapy, and more. 6:30 p.m. 10.27 Healing Partnership suite on the third floor of the Squirrel Hill JCC, 5738 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15217. 1027healingpartnership.org.
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.
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.
Join New Light Congregation for three lectures featuring local Jewish authors. Stay afterwards to chat with the authors and enjoy light refreshments. On June 28 meet Rabbi Mark Goodman to discuss "Hassidut for the People;" On July 5 meet with Dr. Rachel Kranson to discuss "Is this the Golden Medina we expected? Upward Mobility Among […]
Join Rodef Shalom on the first Wednesday of the month for free, docent-led tours of their Biblical Botanical Garden. For groups of 8 or more, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a tour. Noon. Free. rodefshalom.org/garden
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.