Lunch & Learn Series

Facilitated by Rabbi Berger, our popular Lunch & Learn series explores Jewish topics in an interactive discussion format. Participants bring their own lunch for these 75-minute learning opportunities.  

 

The Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning

The Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning at Congregation Beth Shalom of The Woodlands invites you to discover a world-class curriculum created by The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Melton explores the texts of our tradition and looks at issues of Jewish thought, practice, ethics, and history. 

Ethics of Jewish Living

The overarching objective of the Ethics of Jewish Living curriculum is to introduce students to the many factors and influences taken into consideration when approaching an ethical dilemma in our lives. Themes will include moral awareness, personal virtues, individual and community concerns as well as family and personal life decisions.

Instructor: Rabbi Matthew Berger

Crossroads of Jewish Living

The Crossroads of Jewish Living course focuses on major and significant historical moments, events, experiences and issues that have shaped Jewish experience from biblical times to the modern era.

Instructor: Leland Dushkin

Costs for the program are subsidized by Congregation Beth Shalom of The Woodlands.