Parenting Through a Jewish Lens at Temple Beth Shalom this Fall!
Starting October 22, 2014, meets Wednesdays, 7:30 – 9:00 p.m.
This ten-week program brings together caring parents and expert facilitators. The class is taught by Rabbi Sue Fendrick, a teacher, editor, writer, and spiritual director, an alumna of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and the Wexner Graduate Fellowship program. She has served as an adult educator and editor on a variety of Jewish educational projects. She has three young adult stepdaughters and 11-year-old twins. Conversations around Jewish texts lead to explorations of your vital role as a parent. Parents from all backgrounds welcome.
Tuition: $145 per person, $240 per couple
For more information visit www.hebrewcollege.edu/parenting
Email Parenting at email@example.com or call Marcy Leiman at 617-559-8734
Event Location: Temple Beth Shalom
670 Highland Avenue, Needham Heights, Massachusetts, 02494
$240.00 per couple
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