This month Temple Beth Shalom will be offering two introductory classes: Living Judaism – A Course in the Basics, and Beginning Hebrew.
Both classes start Oct. 14 and continue every Sunday throughout the school year.
According to a press release, Living Judaism is for those considering conversion, beginning an adult Jewish journey, or anyone who wants to reinvigorate their Jewish life.
In the Beginning Hebrew class, students will learn the Hebrew alphabet, common vocabulary words and will practice reading out loud.
Both courses are taught by Rabbi Tamar Malino. Cost is $180 for members of the synagogue (scholarships available) and $360 for non-members and may include additional textbook fees.
For information or to register call (509) 747-3304.
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