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We offer a wide variety of study groups on Wednesday mornings and evenings, as well as on Shabbat mornings. Topics cover everything from Jewish spirituality and history to Pirkei Avot (one of the best-known and most-cited of Jewish texts) and working your way through the Talmud, one page a day.


Wednesday Morning Study

These Wednesday sessions, from 11 a.m.-noon, are open to the entire community and operate on a drop-in basis — no need to commit to attend every session! These classes meet via Zoom. Rabbis Eric and Jenny Solomon and Amy Ripps alternate weeks and classes. 

  • Rabbi Eric Solomon teaches Pirkei Avot from Lev Shalem Pirkei Avot, which significantly impacts our understanding of this classic, ancient text.
  • Rabbi Jenny Solomon offers a class in Mussar using the book, With Heart and Mind (Morinis). Mussar is a spiritual practice for developing a strong and open heart. 
  • Amy Ripps teaches Jewish history.

About Amy Ripps: Amy Ripps is a life-long student and loves to share her passion of Jewish learning with other adults. She has an MA in Jewish Education and has taught every age group from Pre-K through adults over the last 40 years.


Daf Yomi Study Group

Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m. via Zoom
Join a group of congregants working their way through the Talmud — one page a day. Newcomers are welcome to join at any time. Click here for more information.


Shabbat Study Group

Saturdays, 12:30 p.m., in-person and Zoom
Join a group of congregants after Kiddush to study the Bible. The study varies from reviewing the entire Bible to studying the weekly portion (parashat hashavuah). Learners of all levels are welcome to join at any time. Click here for more information.


Community Study

The Raleigh-Cary JCC and area congregations typically present learning sessions twice a year — Introduction to Judaism in the fall and Gateways to Judaism in the spring. Classes are taught by area rabbis and educators and offer an overview of Jewish holidays, lifecycle events and extends pathways for conversion, interfaith couples, and Jews wishing to refresh their childhood religious school education.

Fri, July 1 2022 2 Tammuz 5782