Judaism is a combination of faith, ethical values, and communal traditions that brings meaning into the life of every Jew. Although the “mountain” of Jewish thought, writing, and experience sometimes appears to be insurmountable, it is worthwhile to begin the climb at almost any age.
Beginning March 31, Cantor Richard Rosenfield of Temple Beth-El, Geneva, will be offering a six-week basic Judaism course open to all adults who wish to participate, Jewish or not. Judaism will be explored from the “base camp” as participants examine Jewish spirituality, ethics, community, life-cycle events, prayer, and the Hebrew language. Program participants will meet from 7-9 p.m. on Thursday evenings and there is no charge, however space is limited. To reserve a place, contact Cantor Richard Rosenfield at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 789-2945.
Temple Beth-El is located along the shores of Seneca Lake (Route 14) at 755 South Main Street, Geneva.