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He’s a runner, an educator, a Maryland fan, a social justice warrior, a chocolate lover, a Shalom Hartman Fellow, an interfaith advocate, a husband and a father, and he’s our Rabbi!

Rabbi Eric 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. 

Shalom Hartman Institute Classes

The Shalom Hartman Institute is a leading center of Jewish thought and education, serving Israel and North America. Classes are taught by Rabbi Eric Solomon, a Shalom Hartman Fellow, via Zoom. Find more information about the Hartman Institute at

Belonging to a Collective, Belonging to a Community
Thursdays, 7:30-9 p.m. via Zoom
Oct. 14, 21, 28; Nov. 4, 11, 18
When COVID was at its height and we were forced to distance ourselves from one another for months, many came to appreciate the gift of community more than ever. Now that we are finally able to gather again, come join Rabbi Eric Solomon as we utilize a ground-breaking Shalom Hartman Institute curriculum to help us glean Jewish wisdom as to how we can build, support, and nurture our sacred community in this post-COVID era.

God During Times of Crisis
Thursdays, 7:30-9 p.m. via Zoom
Jan. 27; Feb. 3, 10, 17
“There are no atheists in foxholes” is a well-known saying. But is it true? Many struggle to understand God during normal times. But in times of crisis, the question of God’s existence and role in the world becomes even more acute. Whether you are a believer, skeptic, or atheist — all are invited to join Rabbi Eric Solomon as he leads us through this Shalom Hartman Institute curriculum on what Jewish tradition has to say on God, in good times as well as bad.

What Happened at Mount Sinai?
Thursdays, 7:30-9 p.m. via Zoom
Apr. 28; May 5, 12
In preparation for the holiday of Shavuot when we celebrate receiving the Torah on Mt. Sinai, join Rabbi Eric Solomon as he shares his favorite commentaries, midrashim (rabbinic stories) and mystical interpretations of the greatest moment in Jewish, and possibly world, history.

Mon, October 18 2021 12 Cheshvan 5782