Whether you are thinking about having and Adult B’nai Mitzvah, assisting the community by becoming a lay leader or Torah reader, or just want to learn how to read Hebrew and understand our Shabbat liturgy – this class is for you!
Class Begins on Nov. 20th at 7 PM
Once a month from November through June – the first hour of the class will focus on understanding and leading the Shabbat service and the second hour will focus on Hebrew reading (November through February) and Torah-chanting skills (March through June). Come to one class or come to them all!
The class syllabus can be found HERE (https://www.dropbox.com/s/t9bh9m8z15v2c78/HebLitSyllabus.docx?dl=0) so you’ll know which week’s topics may be of interest to you! If you are planning to attend regularly, please sign up with Rabbi G by Nov. 13th. Course materials will be provided.
Event Location: Temple Beth David of the South Shore
1060 Randolph Street Canton, MA, Canton, Massachusetts, 02021
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