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Genetics, Israeli Dance, and Parent Learning: Another Prozdor Sunday

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November 3, 2014

Jewish Genes Renowned geneticist and pathologist Dr. Harry Ostrer stopped by Prozdor on Sunday to present on the origins and genetic linkages between Jews and their neighbors. He visited our class, “A Chosen People,” which explores the origins of “chosen-ness,” the consequences of that perception, and a look at what modern science can tell us about […]

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Leaders in Adult Learning (LAL) Fellowship Orientation

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July 2, 2014

On June 12, the inaugural cohort of the two-year Leaders in Adult Learning fellowship gathered for an orientation with Rabbi Daniel Lehmann, Rabbi Marcia Plumb, Bernice Lerner and Marjorie Freiman. This was the first gathering for the entire cohort, so the fellows shared their personal objectives as well as their plans for translating their learning […]

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Denomination, Shenomination: A Night of Learning with Rabbis From Across the Spectrum

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Particpant, Eser
May 5, 2014

On the last Friday night in March, I experienced an evening of true Jewish pluralism. I was one of about 100 young adults that gathered in the function hall of Congregation Kehillath Israel in Brookline to celebrate Shabbat and the program that brought us all together: Eser. We came from about 20 different local communities, […]

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Learning through Jewish texts and history at Me’ah in Sharon

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April 29, 2014

  Every Monday evening, 18 adults crowd into a small classroom at Temple Israel in Sharon. Many have already put in a long day at work —developing software, seeing patients, writing marketing copy and attending college. On a recent evening, prophecy was on the agenda – Old Testament prophets Jonah and Elijah specifically. For the […]

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“Wow”–The Jewish Story in Context

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Instructor, Parenting Through a Jewish Lens; Participant, Me’ah
April 28, 2014

“Wow.” Although somewhat inarticulate this word seems to best describe my initial feelings as I complete my Me’ah reading for the week. However, this is no ordinary week. This is the final week, the final reading of two years, four semesters, forty Thursday nights and one hundred hours of class. It’s a strange feeling, this […]

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Uncovering the Secrets in Our Midst

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Group Leader, Eser
November 25, 2013

The Ten Best-Kept Jewish Secrets. A pretty catchy theme, right? After all, who wouldn’t want to know what these secrets are and how they can bring meaning to our lives? But our theme isn’t just a catchy title drummed up for marketing; the planning committee chose it because we believe the topics we will learn […]

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