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Rabbi Jenny Solomon offers multiple classes throughout the year. You can find information regarding these classes throughout the website, but this will provide an overview. Links are provided for more information and registration opportunities. 
 


Study with Rabbi Jenny

Soulful Judaism

Becoming a Soulful Parent
This class is designed to gather a small group of parents to embrace their daily parenting struggles and rewards through the context of Jewish wisdom and community. This course allows parents to take time our of their hectic lives to reflect honestly about the challenges and joys of parenting. Click here for registration details.

Sibling Rivalry: A Soulful Re-frame (TBD)
Does your children's bickering drive you nuts? In this class we will take a break from the wearing grind of family turmoil and offer a soulful re-frame to get to what's really at the core of sibling rivalry.
This class is designed for both co-parents and single parents. 


Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning

Florence Melton School of Jewish Learning courses are designed to refresh perspectives, spark curiosity, and foster engagement in Judaism. Classes are taught by Rabbi Dr. Jenny Solomon via Zoom. Find more information about the Melton School at meltonschool.org.

OMG, Can You Believe?!
Mondays, 7-8:15 p.m. via Zoom
Oct. 11, 18, 25; Nov. 1, 8, 15
In this six-week exploratory course, we’ll dive into the BIG questions around God and God’s relationship to Humankind. We’ll examine the many different understandings of God, free will, and mitzvot expressed by Jewish philosophers, rabbis, leaders past and present — and you. We’ll explore the divine, the prophetic, and even the supernatural, as we amplify and dissect your deepest God-questions. Just do not expect to leave with any final answers.

Loss, Love and Wisdom
Mondays, 7-8:15 p.m. via Zoom
April 25; May 2, 9, 16, 23; June 6
Discover, during this six-week course, the Jewish responses and rituals that take us through mourning and arrive at a place of healing. When death inevitably enters our lives, Jewish wisdom and ritual can help us cope with heartbreak and loss, the anguish of why suffering exists. We will also seek to understand the big questions of what Judaism says about life after death and its understanding of messianic times. With a wider lens, we gain a context with which to better understand our moments of anguish as individuals and as a community.


Embodied Prayer through Gentle Yoga: Holiday Series

Join Rabbi Jenny Solomon and Dr. Barbara Vosk for a prayerful yoga practice via Zoom. Each session will include a bit of Jewish learning, chanting, and meditation led by Rabbi Jenny and a gentle yoga practice led by Barbara. This quiet and rejuvenating practice helps melt away tension in the body and offers another avenue to express our prayers — moving from rote recitation to meaningful and contemplative embodied prayer. This particular series is aimed at preparing our bodies and souls for the holidays: Rosh Hashanah/Yom Kippur, Hanukkah, and Passover. By accessing the wisdom of our bodies through yoga and singing, we seek to enrich our experience of Jewish holidays and the sacred rhythms of Jewish life. This class is appropriate for everyone; no previous yoga experience is required. Click here for registration details.

 

 

Click here for a list of other study opportunities with Rabbi Jenny. 

 

Thu, August 11 2022 14 Av 5782