ONLINEVirtual “Taste” of Me’ah

June 10, 2020 Free
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Discover the amazing Hebrew College program that provides adults of all backgrounds with a foundation in Jewish culture and civilization.

During this free “Taste of Me’ah,” you will meet with one of our stellar instructors, enjoy a sample lesson and learn how you can join the Hebrew College Me’ah journey in fall 2020.

Co-hosted by Temple Israel of Sharon and B’nai Tikvah of Canton. Facilitated by Me’ah instructor Rabbi Leonard Gordon.

Me’ah, supported by CJP, is the oldest adult learning program at Hebrew College. Me’ah—Hebrew for “100”—is led by outstanding faculty from Greater Boston academic institutions who are attuned to the needs of adult learners. Readings, text study, lectures and discussions focus on core texts from biblical, rabbinic, medieval and modern times. Students receive a certificate during a graduation ceremony at the end of their second year.

Me’ah Classic welcomes students of all backgrounds. No prior formal Jewish education or knowledge of Hebrew is required. Financial aid is available to those who qualify.

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Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 9:30 am - 10:45 am

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