“A Taste of Judaism: Are You Curious?” is the title and theme for a three-session class being offered for adults who would like to explore Judaism's relevance in today's world. Classes will be held at Temple Beth-El, 755 South Main Street, Geneva, and participants are invited to explore the Jewish perspective on spirituality, values and community. These classes are designed for “beginners”–for all who are interested in learning more about Judaism whether they were born Jewish or not. Comfortable surroundings and an informal atmosphere will encourage free and lively discussions of Judaism's approach to living in our rapidly changing society. Cantor Richard Rosenfield will lead participants in discussions of the ways that Judaism addresses issues in our personal and professional lives. While there is no enrollment fee, space is limited and registration is required. “A Taste of Judaism: Are You Curious?” will be held from 7:30 pm – 9:15 p.m. on three Thursday evenings beginning in early January at Temple Beth-El in Geneva. For more information about this class, or to register, call Temple Beth-El at 789-9710. This course is sponsored by the Union for Reform Judaism / Commission on Reform Jewish Outreach.