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Beth Meyer is a synagogue for life-long learners.  We have a wide range of Adult Education opportunities, including programs on religious ideas, Jewish responses to world events, Torah study, Hebrew classes and much more.  We also bring experts and teachers into our community as scholars-in-residence.  We publish a course catalog twice each year. 

In Israel, the hectic month of Tishrei is full of days off from school and work. Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, the first day of Sukkot, and Simhat Torah are days off for all. This bunch of days off created the expression “after the holidays.” The common phrase refers to the period after Tishrei’s festivals, when things get back on track, people get back to their work and daily duties, and everything works according to a regular schedule. It also signals the point at which we can no longer procrastinate and push off big projects or long-term commitments.

Well, “After the holidays” is finally here! And it’s time to get back to work/school and attend to the commitments we made during the holidays, including lifelong learning. Adult education offerings are in full swing. Be sure to register for all classes on-line. It’s easy to do and registering will send you an automatic e-mail containing a Zoom link so you can participate with ease. All registration links can be found in the Adult Education Program Guide

It is our custom that all people, regardless of age, religion or gender, cover their heads (by kippah, hat or other appropriate covering) while engaged in study or prayer. Head covering is encouraged while anywhere on our campus.

Ways to get involved:
•Contact Janis Zaremba to join the Adult Education Committee. 
•Click  here to donate to the Adult Education & Scholar-In-Residence Fund.

There are also great opportunities around the Triangle area:


Sun, October 25 2020 7 Cheshvan 5781