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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 artists- and scholars-in-residence.

Not sure what program is right for you? Start by asking yourself these questions and take a look at these suggestions.

New to Jewish Learning? 
•Take anything! All are welcome!

Looking for a deep, thought-provoking text-based learning experience with other adults?

Shalom Hartman Institute classes with Rabbi Eric
Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning classes with Rabbi Jenny

Looking to sharpen your Hebrew skills or deepen your understanding of Shabbat prayer?

Hebrew classes with Sharon Mills 

Looking for Jewish Mindfulness wisdom and practice? 

•Rabbi Jenny’s IJS meditation sit experiences 
•Holiday-themed Restorative Yoga with Dr. Barbara Vosk and Rabbi Jenny 
•Eat, Be Satisfied, and Bless!: A Short Course in Mindful Eating 

Looking for Jewish Learning about the Spiritual Practice of Parenting? 

Becoming a Soulful Parent 
Jewish U. (YOU) 
Shabbat B’Yahad

Looking to enrich your Jewish knowledge? 

Torah Cantillation/Trope with Sharon Mills 
Shabbat Liturgy with Sharon Mills

Looking for a quick, drop-in opportunity to find holiday inspiration? 

Jewish U. (You) Series

Looking for a weekly opportunity to drop-in and learn with a warm group of “regulars?” 

Wednesday Morning study 
Shabbat Study Group

Looking for small packages of online Torah inspiration and Jewish wisdom? 

•Rabbi Eric’s Facebook Live Morning Torah
•Rabbi Jenny’s Facebook Live Minhah Moments

Asking yourself these questions may help too:
•Which topics are you interested in?
•How often do you want to have class?
•Where do you want to have class?

•To read the Fall 2021/5782 Adult Engagement and Experiences catalog in PDF format, click here.
•To read the Fall 2021/5782 Adult Engagement and Experiences catalog in a digital reader format, hover your mouse over the lower right corner of the Yumpu screen below and click the "fullscreen" option icon to the right of the Yumpu logo.

There are also great opportunities around the Triangle area:


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.

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