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“The more Torah the more life; the more study the more wisdom” If Temple David has tripled its Adult Education offerings, does that mean it has become three times as lively and grown as a source of wisdom three-fold? After all, Pirke Avot teaches us “The more Torah -the more life; the more study- the more wisdom.” The Temple’s current learning program is built on a firm foundational trio established many years ago - offering “Introductory Hebrew”, “Intermediate Hebrew,” and “Discovering Judaism” on Wednesday evenings. With the arrival of Rabbi Sheryl, nearly a year and a half ago, the mid-week program quickly evolved to include “Beyond Basic Judaism” and multiple Intermediate Hebrew classes as well as Conversational Hebrew. Learners in “Beyond Basic Judaism” have enjoyed mini-courses exploring topics ranging from “Rabbinic Texts: Pirke Avot” to “Megillat Esther in Midrash and Modern Thought”. In addition to our expanded Wednesday Night offerings, two fortnightly series have been initiated. Helen Bryant introduced twice monthly Tuesday “Torah, Tea and Text” where learners explore a broad range of topics ranging from Biblical Criticism to the Life and Times of Maimonides and often base discussion and learning on Parshat Hashavua. Additionally, Rabbi Sheryl Nosan-Blank’s “Cafe Kavanah” (the first and third Shabbat morning of the month prior to services) de-mystifies the Zohar and other spiritual texts; a unique practical approach is followed, applying Kabbalah to daily conduct. While some people enjoy formal classes, others prefer more “informal education.” The Temple provides learning venues of the informal type through the Temple David Religion School as well as through Rabbi Sheryl’s “You’re Invited” programs. Parents can get involved in programs for tots through to Grade 7 by participating in Family Education programs at TDRS (Pre-Holiday Family Activity Days), and monthly Tot Shabbat . Parents can also participate with their children in the lively learning and prayer which takes place at the start of each weekly Religion School Shabbat- at the prayer circle. The Temple’s final informal learning venue is the Rabbi’s “You’re Invited” initiative. Rabbi Sheryl invites those interested to join her exploring Judaism in innovative ways, which have so far included “Jewish Yoga” and “Tu B’Shevat Seder-Picnic in the Park.” The Rabbi’s forthcoming invitations will include “Motzi and Movies”, “Challah and Chassidic Stories”. When the Temple’s Adult Educational offerings are combined with Programs for Special Ages and Stages (such as Tot Shabbat, Netzer Youth Group and Senior Kiddush Lunches) Temple David has become a place of more life, more study, more wisdom and more Torah. By tripling its Adult Education offerings, the Temple proudly joins its sister synagogues in enriching Jewish Perth and providing more options for Jewish people, and those interested in Judaism, in our community. Moreover, as part of the Progressive movement, we join our sister Progressive Temples as a centre of Life Long Jewish Learning and Living. Enrich YOUR life, and increase your wisdom by joining Temple David’s learners and teachers – there is a seat waiting for you at the table, new friends to make, new ideas to consider and perhaps even new facets of your spiritual life to discover! Beyond Basic Judaism

For any adults and young adults who want to enrich their established Jewish knowledge and understanding. This class is intended for those who have a firm foundation in the basic concepts of Judaism from a Progressive perspective (the completion of Discovering Judaism or the equivalent is recommended). Ten-Week “Mini-Courses” are selected based on interests of learners and expertise of facilitators. This Year’s Classes will include “Exploring Progressive Theology and Philosophy through Mishkan T’filah,” “Back to the Sources – a Survey of Classical Jewish Texts,” “Modernity and Jewish Identity.” and “Classical Rabbinic Literature and the Formation of Rabbinic Judaism.”
Where: TBA
Torah L’Shmah – Learners will gather to expand their understanding of, and connection to, Judaism Call the Temple Office to Register and confirm Rabbinic endorsement (endorsement helps ensure this is the correct class for you
Cafe Kavanah

For those interested in spirituality, lateral thinking, Kabbalah and sharing great morning tea! This class is for adults with an understanding of the basic concepts of Judaism (facilitated by Rabbi Sheryl). Learners explore Zohar, generally, “de-mystifying” it, and finding practical application in daily life. We bring and share fine sweets and good coffee.
When: Shabbat (Saturday) Mornings 9:00 am-10:15 am (prior to 10:30 Services)
Where: Temple Board Room (or back patio, weather permitting)
To explore Jewish Spirituality with other like-minded learners and develop our own spiritual lives Call the Temple Office to Register and confirm Rabbinic endorsement (endorsement helps ensure this is the correct class for you
Discovering Judaism

If you are exploring Judaism for the first time, encountering Progressive Judaism for the first time, or ready for a comprehensive systematic review of the core concepts of Judaism from a Progressive perspective, this is the course for you. This introductory course is required of those who wish to purse conversion (course facilitated by Rabbi Sheryl). Learners “Discover [or Rediscover]” core concepts and components of Judaism from a Progressive Perspective. From Adam and Eve to Yisrael and Zionism, this four-term survey course provides a foundation for understanding Judaism (History, Holidays, Theology, Philosophy, Prayer, Practice and More)
When: Wednesdays 8:00 pm – 9:15 pm
Where: Temple Board Room
“Discovering Judaism” students are often pursuing conversion or supporting partners who are pursuing conversion. Some students are already Jewish and simply want a “refresher” course. Others simply enjoy “Torah L’Shmah” – learning for its own sake – or for the sake of enriching their own Jewish lives. Call the Temple Office to register, sort out fees and purchase required books. If you, or a partner, wish to pursue conversion, meeting with the Rabbi is mandatory and establishing a history of Temple attendance prior to beginning classes is customary.
Which Books:
The office coordinator can help you in purchasing books. Required books include the following – which will create a fine foundation to your Jewish Library: Tanak - JPS Torah – the Plaut Commentary (URJ) Living Judaism – Wayne Dosick Festivals – Michael Strassfield A Text on Choosing Judaism ( Kukoff or Diament) Mishkan Tefilah-the Progressive siddur
Family Education

Family Activity Days

For parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles or any other relatives of TDRS students (sessions facilitated by Rabbi Sheryl) Adult learning concurrent to Religious School focusing on parallel topics to the children’s topics (generally Holiday focused)
When: Shabbat (Saturday) Mornings 9:00 am-10:15 am
Where: TDRS “Rainbow Room” or Board Room (depending on pre-registration)
By “walking the walk” and demonstrating that they value Jewish Learning, parents not only expand their understanding, but teach their children volumes about the significance of Judaism. Parent learning will include both “how to” components for home-holiday observance and spiritual insights for personal growth. Call the Temple Office to pre-register, and bring something sweet to share!
Parent-Participation in Youth B’nai Mitzvah Tutorials

For parent/s of students in B’nai Mitzvah Tutorial (facilitated by Rabbi Sheryl) Parents have the opportunity to learn together with their children, refining Hebrew Skills and expanding their understanding of prayers, Torah, and the process their children are experiencing on the journey to becoming B’nai Mitzvah
When: Concurrent to children’s individual tutorial with the Rabbi
Where: Rabbi’s Study
To support their children on the journey towards B’nai Mitzvah while honing skills and deepening understanding. Accompany your Bar or Bat Mitzvah Student to Rabbinic Tutorial
Shabbat Tot

For Tots aged pre TDRS and their parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles or any other relatives (sessions facilitated by Kathryn Teale and Michael Wise) Holiday themed Jewish Early Childhood Education with Parent Participation; Sessions include songs, stories, arts & crafts, often dance and more! Shabbat (Saturday) Mornings 10:30 am-12:00 pm
Where: Temple Social Hall
To expose tots to Jewish Education, learn age-appropriate activities to take home and review core holiday concepts in a tot-friendly environment while meeting other parents of tots. Bring your Tot and come enjoy. No fee ~ tzedakah to the Temple is always an option to support our programs.
Hebrew Classes
Aleph: Aleph-Bet

For those who have never studied Hebrew before or who have not yet mastered all letters and vowels. This class is required for those who wish to pursue conversion (course facilitated by Maree Findley). An introduction to Hebrew including learning all letters and vowels, basic reading, grammar and vocabulary
When: Wednesdays 7:00 pm – 7:55 pm
Where: “Book Shop”
To gain ability to decode and read Hebrew words and start to follow Hebrew Prayers in Services Call the Temple Office to register, sort out fees and purchase required books
Which Book: Aleph Isn’t Tough (URJ)
Bet: B’Emtzah (Intermediate)

For those who have mastered all Hebrew letters and vowels (studies facilitated by Rabbi Sheryl) Learners build on decoding and basic grammar skills to develop greater fluency and comprehension of liturgical Hebrew. Multiple levels are available as required.
When: Wednesdays 7:00 pm – 7:55 pm
Where: Temple Board Room and/or Front Office
To enhance Hebrew reading and develop understanding making worship services more meaningful Call the Temple Office to register, sort out fees and purchase required books
Which Book: Aleph isn’t Enough and/or Bet is for Bereshit (URJ)
Gimmel: Basics of Modern Hebrew

For learners comfortable in liturgical Hebrew reading and interested in Modern Spoken Hebrew (course facilitated by Shelly Harrison)
When: Wednesdays 7:00 pm – 7:50 pm
Where: Classroom in TDRS-downstairs
To develop or improve Basic Modern Hebrew Skills Call the Temple Office to Register sort out fees and purchase required books
Which Book: Hebrew From Scratch (Part 1) ’ א קלח הלחתהה ןמ תירבע

Torah Text and Tea

For Temple members interested in regular Judaic study (facilitated by Temple Members who are experts in their fields) Study based on Parshat Hashavua or as determined by the group
When: Tuesdays 9:30 am – 11:00 am
Where: Temple Board Room
An opportunity to meet midweek and discuss and further Jewish knowledge
Class Schedule and Calendar

Classes follow the term schedule of the Public Schools of Western Australia, generally. Classes
do not take place on Jewish Holidays. For details, see specific calendars below.
“Ein Kemach, Ein Torah -No Bread, No Torah” Pirke Avot 3.21
Special Information, Administration, Fees.
Adult Education Committee:
Please contact Helen Bryant, committee chair, through the Office
Coordinator if you wish to offer feed-back or become part of the Adult Education Committee.

The Temple Office Coordinator, Leona, or our Aleph-Bet Hebrew instructor, Maree, can
help you organize the necessary books through our book shop. Leona is available weekdays 9:00
am to 1:00 pm and may be able to help you in person, by phone or via e-mail. Maree is available
Wednesdays during the break between Hebrew and Judaic Studies (7:50 pm-8:00 pm).
Contact: You may contact the office at 9271 1485 or
Conversion: Those interested in conversion should make an appointment with the Rabbi
(through the Office Coordinator) prior to beginning classes. If a conversion candidate has a close
relationship to a Jewish Partner or Intended Partner, the Temple requires that the Jewish Partner
be (or become) a Temple member.
Enrolment: Hebrew and Discovering Judaism Courses require enrolment which can be organized
with the Office Coordinator.

A range of talented and passionate educators teach our courses including
Rabbi Sheryl Nosan-Blank M.A.H.L., M.A.J.E.
While some classes have no fees required, contributions are always appreciated as they
help maintain our quality programs. Standard tuition fees for Non-Members taking Discovering
Judaism and Hebrew courses are $193.25 per term for terms 1 and 2. All participants are asked
to purchase books as necessary and members are asked to provide a small materials fee only;
participation in classes is a privilege of membership of Temple David.

Financial Consideration
: All who wish to learn should be able to do so at Temple David. If
special financial consideration is necessary, please speak confidentially to the Rabbi.

For details, contact the Rabbi or Office Coordinator
Rabbinic Meetings: Are always welcome and are expected of conversion candidates every six to
eight weeks. Please book meetings through the office coordinator.
Refreshments: Always welcome! Bring and share to ensure that everyone has a sweet learning
Registration: You may pursue registration by contacting the Office Coordinator.
Young Adults: With the Rabbi’s endorsement and regular parental support, Young Adults can
participate in Adult Education. Rabbi Sheryl invites you to meet with her to explore options.
5771 2011
Cafe Kavanah
Torah, Tea and Text
Wednesday Evening
Family Activity Days
Adult Education – Midrashah
Tot Shabbat
12 November (TBA) 10 December (Hanukkah) 5771 2011 SYLLABUS – DISCOVERING JUDAISM
Session 3: Jewish Approaches towards God (Mitzvot, Prayer, Tikkun Session 4: Judaism in Life – Prayers and Blessings, Kashrut and Jewish Session 5: TaNaCh - a Progressive approach Session 7: Post Biblical and Medieval Judaisms Session 8: Judaism Enters Modernity Session 9: Anti Semitism, Holocaust and Yom Hashoah No Adult Education
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