Community Learning @ The Well

Vibrant learning to satisfy our thirst for understanding and need for community.

With a diverse array of compelling and accessible learning opportunities, The Well nourishes our lives, regardless of our background, affiliation or faith. Building on our individual interests and acknowledging our questions and doubts with intellectual rigor and spiritual sensitivity, The Well deepens our understanding of our lives, of Judaism and of the world around us.

 

Cultural Arts and Travel

Contemporary Issues

Family Life

Jewish and Israel Studies

Mind, Body, Spirit

Professional Affinity Groups
 
 

Drink from The Well to…

Broaden your perspectives
Inspire your creativity
Motivate your pursuit of justice
Strengthen your relationships
Bind you to Jewish tradition
Teach you to live mindfully with compassion
Sense M’kor Mayim Chayim, The Source of Living Waters in our midst


Upcoming Event Highlights

 

The DNA of the Jewish People
Sunday, October 7 | 10:00 am

Some say Jews are descendants of those Judeans exiled by the Romans in the later 1st century. Others claim they are descendants of Khazars, an 8th century Turkic people whose rulers converted into Judaism. While opinions are wonderful and welcome, there is only one set of actual facts. Let’s explore them!

With Bennett Greenspan, President and CEO of Family Tree DNA

This program generously underwritten by Debbie & Gil Mann

 

Scholar In Residence | Rabbi Elana Elana Zaiman
October 19 – 21, 2018

Ben & Florence Brodsky Torah weekend:
The Forever Letter:
 Authentic Connection With Ourselves and With Those We Love

This program generously underwritten by Lois Perwien in memory of her parents, Ben & Florence Brodsky

 

 

Civil Rights Journey | Travel With Rabbi Alexander Davis
March 10-13, 2019

Tour the National Human and Civil Rights Museum; explore The Equal Justice Initiative’s Legacy Museum and Lynching Memorial; walk the Edmund Pettus Bridge and more.

For more information on this meaningful travel opportunity, contact Rabbi Davis

 

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