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If You Knew Sarah Like I Know Sarah

Tuesday, September 15, 2020 26 Elul 5780

1:30 PM - 3:00 PMZoom

"If You Knew Sarah Like I Know Sarah...”

It’s often assumed that Judaism is rooted in patriarchal patterns set down in the Torah. In this course, we will confront this premise. We will examine events in the lives of notable biblical women, through textual study and discussion, to discover their critical roles and leadership in Judaism’s founding families, and how their lives and behaviors have relevance to our lives today.

Our first session will explore key events in the life of Sarah, who is a central character in the Rosh Hashanah Torah service.

No prior Biblical study or Hebrew is necessary. Source material will be made available prior to the class to those who register. 

Source sheet available here.

Please click here or follow the link to join on ZOOM
Audio Only Call-In: +19292056099
Meeting ID: 4475099917

Debbie Cirulnick comes to us with more than 30 years experience as a Jewish educator. She and her husband Bob retired to St Petersburg last December and have made CBI their spiritual home. A New York native, Debbie has lived and worked as a Jewish educator in Jerusalem, Atlanta, Boca Raton and Miami.

Debbie founded the Brill Institute for Jewish Learning at the Marcus JCC and grew it into the largest adult Jewish education program in Atlanta, serving over 4,000 people a year. She established Atlanta’s Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning, serving more than 300 students per year. She established a central agency for Jewish education in Syracuse, NY and directed the central agency in West Palm Beach. A graduate of Barnard College, Debbie studied at JTS and participated in the Senior Educators Program at Hebrew University, a one-year fellowship program for Jewish educators.
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