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"Biblical Breakthroughs" with Rabbi Israel Becker @ Southwest Torah Institute | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Join Rabbi Israel Becker every Friday at noon for a lively discussion of the weekly Torah portion. Open to men and women.
Sep 23 @ 8:30 am – 10:45 am
Torah Study @ Congregation Or Chadash | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Torah is at the heart of who and what we are. Our discussions are lively and thought-provoking as we delve into how Torah wisdom impacts ourselves and our world today. The group is lay led, and knowledge of Hebrew is not required. Rabbi Louchheim joins as often as he can. No registration required.    
Torah Study and meditative Services @ Congregation Chaverim | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Join Rabbi Aaron for Torah study followed by a Meditative Service.
Sep 24 @ 10:00 am – 11:20 am
AEA On Wings of Awe @ Temple Emanu-El | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Make Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur matter more this time around at Temple Enamu-El!  For everyone who has ever struggled through a  long Days of Awe service and wondered why he/she was there; this is a two-part exploration of the Days of Awe - the great themes of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur prayer and introduction to the music. Fun, Continue Reading
Handmaker Lecture - Repentance and Return - With Ben Zion Kogen @ Handmaker | Tucson | Arizona | United States
In this High Holiday Season, a great deal of attention is placed upon the ideals of repenting and returning. For what are we repenting, to what are we returning? This lecture will provide insight into these challenging questions.
Seeking Everyday Holiness:  Mussar Va'ad @ Temple Emanu-El | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Mussar Va'ad with Rabbi Batshevea Appel: A more advanced Mussar V'ad/Group that is open to all students who have completed Seeking Everyday Holiness: A Community Mussar Program or participated in another Mussar program.  Mussar Va'ad will continue with the midot, work on those 'traits' via journaling, the recitation of a phrase, and Mussar Kabbalot/practices for that trait. Permission of instructor Continue Reading
Join Banner University Medical for this free lecture. A person who is bleeding can die from blood loss within 5 minutes. It is important to quickly stop the blood loss. Learn simple steps that a bystander can do to keep the injured alive until appropriate medical care is available. Registration is required. Contact Susan Kinkade at 520-694-4713.
Sep 28 @ 11:45 am – 1:00 pm
The Zohar: Soul-Text of the Kabbalah @ Temple Emanu-El | Tucson | Arizona | United States
The Zohar is the great medieval compendium of mysticism, myth, and esoteric teaching. It is one of the most important bodies of religious texts of all times and places. The Zohar's secret universe serves as the basis of Kabbalistic faith and is at heart a work of sacred fantasy. Rabbi Samuel M. Cohon helps open the "locked garden" of the Continue Reading
"Biblical Breakthroughs" with Rabbi Israel Becker @ Southwest Torah Institute | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Join Rabbi Israel Becker every Friday at noon for a lively discussion of the weekly Torah portion. Open to men and women.
Sep 30 @ 8:30 am – 10:45 am
Torah Study @ Congregation Or Chadash | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Torah is at the heart of who and what we are. Our discussions are lively and thought-provoking as we delve into how Torah wisdom impacts ourselves and our world today. The group is lay led, and knowledge of Hebrew is not required. Rabbi Louchheim joins as often as he can. No registration required.    
Introducing the Mussar Path with Rabbi Batsheva Appel @ Temple Emanu-El | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Introducing the Mussar Path with Rabbi Batshevea Appel: An exploration & Introduction to the timeless spiritual practice of Mussar, this class will introduce you to the midot, "traits", of the basic daily practices of Mussar, and give you a 'taste' of what the Mussar group, Seeking Everyday Holiness, will be like. Please select one of the dates for this Free Continue Reading
Oct 5 @ 11:45 am – 1:00 pm
The Zohar: Soul-Text of the Kabbalah @ Temple Emanu-El | Tucson | Arizona | United States
The Zohar is the great medieval compendium of mysticism, myth, and esoteric teaching. It is one of the most important bodies of religious texts of all times and places. The Zohar's secret universe serves as the basis of Kabbalistic faith and is at heart a work of sacred fantasy. Rabbi Samuel M. Cohon helps open the "locked garden" of the Continue Reading
"Biblical Breakthroughs" with Rabbi Israel Becker @ Southwest Torah Institute | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Join Rabbi Israel Becker every Friday at noon for a lively discussion of the weekly Torah portion. Open to men and women.
Oct 7 @ 8:30 am – 10:45 am
Torah Study @ Congregation Or Chadash | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Torah is at the heart of who and what we are. Our discussions are lively and thought-provoking as we delve into how Torah wisdom impacts ourselves and our world today. The group is lay led, and knowledge of Hebrew is not required. Rabbi Louchheim joins as often as he can. No registration required.    
Geniuses of Russian Literature: Fyodor Dostoevsky, Leo Tolstoy and Anton Chekhov @ Jewish Community Center | Tucson | Arizona | United States
New! Geniuses of Russian Literature: Fyodor Dostoevsky, Leo Tolstoy and Anton Chekhov Mondays, October 9 – 30, 7 – 8:30 pm This course will introduce you to the biographies and major literary works of Fyodor Dostoevsky, Leo Tolstoy and Anton Chekhov in the historical context of Russia’s development in the 19th century. The instructor, Roza Simkhovich, was a Senior Lecturer Continue Reading
Seeking Everyday Holiness:  Mussar Va'ad @ Temple Emanu-El | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Mussar Va'ad with Rabbi Batshevea Appel: A more advanced Mussar V'ad/Group that is open to all students who have completed Seeking Everyday Holiness: A Community Mussar Program or participated in another Mussar program.  Mussar Va'ad will continue with the midot, work on those 'traits' via journaling, the recitation of a phrase, and Mussar Kabbalot/practices for that trait. Permission of instructor Continue Reading
Join Banner University Medical for this 3-week FREE program. Falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries for older Americans, however falling is not an inevitable result of aging. Learn more about how fall risk is increased by medications, how senses like hearing and eyesight can relate to falling and ways to improve home safety. Registration required. Please Continue Reading
AEA Taste II, Another Bite: Judaism in America @ Temple Emanu-El | Tucson | Arizona | United States
A 3-part class on Judaism as practiced in America, focusing on 3 major themes: Jews in America - Movements, Assimilation, and Creativity; From Davening to Rock - a Jewish Way to Pray; American-Israeli Relations. Includes "tastes" of homemade Jewish foods and 2 CDs of Jewish liturgical music. For questions or to register call Temple Office 520 -327-4501 or at: tetucson.org/learning/adult-education
Oct 12 @ 11:45 am – 1:00 pm
The Zohar: Soul-Text of the Kabbalah @ Temple Emanu-El | Tucson | Arizona | United States
The Zohar is the great medieval compendium of mysticism, myth, and esoteric teaching. It is one of the most important bodies of religious texts of all times and places. The Zohar's secret universe serves as the basis of Kabbalistic faith and is at heart a work of sacred fantasy. Rabbi Samuel M. Cohon helps open the "locked garden" of the Continue Reading
"Biblical Breakthroughs" with Rabbi Israel Becker @ Southwest Torah Institute | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Join Rabbi Israel Becker every Friday at noon for a lively discussion of the weekly Torah portion. Open to men and women.
Oct 14 @ 8:30 am – 10:45 am
Torah Study @ Congregation Or Chadash | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Torah is at the heart of who and what we are. Our discussions are lively and thought-provoking as we delve into how Torah wisdom impacts ourselves and our world today. The group is lay led, and knowledge of Hebrew is not required. Rabbi Louchheim joins as often as he can. No registration required.    
Hadassah Luncheon Featuring Breast Cancer Genetics @ Country Club of La Cholla | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Print Hadassah Southern Arizona will be hosting a luncheon where Cassandra Garcia, a certified Genetic Counselor, will speak on: Genetics of Breast Cancer, Jewish Ancestry, and Ongoing Research: Important Information for Men and Women. The Hadassah Medical Organization has been a leader is breast cancer research for decades. HMO's three-prong program, led by Prof. Tamar Peretz, head of Hadassah’s Sharett Continue Reading
Oct 15 @ 1:00 pm – Oct 16 @ 5:00 pm
AEA Hebrew Marathon @ Temple Emanu-El | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Learn to read Hebrew in two fun sessions - just seven hours - guaranteed!  Taught by Cantorial Soloist Marjorie Hochberg, this class will teach you all the letters and about 150 words of vocabulary. With over 500 people having taken our fast, enjoyable Hebrew Marathons, and learned to read Hebrew-YOU can too !  This year, read along with the prayers Continue Reading
Oct 15 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Chef Jaime Lawhorn, Executive Pastry Chef at aka Deli and Bakeshop, will lead a baking workshop on bagel preparation and teach you how to make aka Deli and Bakeshop’s signature schmears. Jennifer Selco, Director of Jewish Life and Learning at The J, will give a short presentation on the history of bagel making in Jewish culture. Instructor: Jaime Lawnhorn, Executive Continue Reading
Introduction to Mah Jongg Class @ Jewish Community Center | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Introduction to Mah Jongg [daxko url="https://operations.daxko.com/Online/Programs/ProgramDetails.aspx?id=50bdca4f-9fe9-4f56-a454-b4c4fdda5998&pid=178694&cid=5078" text="Register Now" align="center"] Mondays, October 16 - November 13, 9am-11am Learn to play American Mah Jongg from an experienced teacher in a fun, interactive atmosphere. You will learn how to interpret the card, together with becoming familiar with all the official National Mah Jongg League rules of this exciting, challenging game. Instruction will include Continue Reading
Oct 16 @ 1:00 pm – Oct 17 @ 5:00 pm
AEA Hebrew Marathon @ Temple Emanu-El | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Learn to read Hebrew in two fun sessions - just seven hours - guaranteed!  Taught by Cantorial Soloist Marjorie Hochberg, this class will teach you all the letters and about 150 words of vocabulary. With over 500 people having taken our fast, enjoyable Hebrew Marathons, and learned to read Hebrew-YOU can too !  This year, read along with the prayers Continue Reading
Beginner French Class at The J! @ Tucson JCC | Tucson | Arizona | United States
New! Beginner French Tuesdays, October 17 - November 21, 6 – 8 pm In collaboration with the Alliance Française de Tucson, learn French from the very beginning! This class will work to quickly increase your ability to communicate in French. We will focus mainly on speaking and listening comprehension, with some reading and writing as well. In this six-week class, Continue Reading
Oct 17 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Talmud on Tuesday at CAI @ Congregation Anshei Israel | Tucson | Arizona | United States
The Talmud is an extensive compilation of teachings and opinions of thousands of rabbis over the centuries, covering matters of Jewish law, ethics, philosophy, history, customs, and more. We are currently studying Tractate Megillah. Learn about the law and lore in the Talmud with Rabbi Robert Eisen as we dig deep into living Judaism. Open to all.
AEA Taste II, Another Bite: Judaism in America @ Temple Emanu-El | Tucson | Arizona | United States
A 3-part class on Judaism as practiced in America, focusing on 3 major themes: Jews in America - Movements, Assimilation, and Creativity; From Davening to Rock - a Jewish Way to Pray; American-Israeli Relations. Includes "tastes" of homemade Jewish foods and 2 CDs of Jewish liturgical music. For questions or to register call Temple Office 520 -327-4501 or at: tetucson.org/learning/adult-education
Oct 18 @ 6:00 pm
Hebrew At The J! @ Tucson JCC | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Beginner Hebrew Thursdays, October 19 - November 30, 2 – 3 pm (no class November 23) Yes - even you can learn to read, write and speak Hebrew. Individual attention at a relaxed pace. Eight, one-hour classes designed for those at the beginner level. Instructor: Sara Golan Mussman $70/ $60 members Upstairs Conference Room Intermediate Hebrew Wednesdays, October 18 - Continue Reading