A Taste of Me’ah Classic: Preview Class in Newton

September 12, 2019 Newton Centre Free
(Photo: Gabriel Codarcea/iStock)
(Photo: Gabriel Codarcea/iStock)

New to Me’ah and want to know what it’s all about? Join us at a free “Taste of Me’ah Classic” and see why this acclaimed program is right for you!

The Jewish “conversation” stretches over 3,000 years, with each generation interpreting and reinterpreting the core texts of Jewish life.  Me’ah Classic is a comprehensive and engaging adult learning experience that empowers students to become part of that conversation.

Me’ah—Hebrew for 100—is led by outstanding faculty from Greater Boston academic institutions, who are attuned to the needs of adult learners. Reading, text study, lectures and discussions are combined to develop a rich experience for the community of learners who share this two-year journey together.

At this “taste” at Hebrew College, learn with Rabbi Leonard Gordon, DDiv, Me’ah instructor and director of Interfaith Partners for Peace. Rabbi Dr. Gordon is rabbi emeritus of the Germantown Jewish Centre in Philadephia, former senior rabbi at Congregation Mishkan Tefilah in Chestnut Hill and has taught comparative religion, humanities, rabbinic literature, philosophy and liturgy at a number of universities and seminaries.

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Thursday, September 12, 2019, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Hebrew College
160 Herrick Rd
Newton Centre, MA 02459
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