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Me'ah (100 hours of study)

Me'ah Classic In Lexington

Come to a free "Taste" of Me'ah Classic with Rabbi Benjamin Samuels

May 15, 7pm-8:15pm @ Temple Isaiah

Class Information:

With Rabbi Benjamin Samuels
Mondays, 7pm-9pm
Starting October 16, 2017
Held at both Temple Isaiah (Fall) and Temple Emunah (Spring) 

Learn more about this unique and fascinating Adult Learning program at : http://www.hebrewcollege.edu/meah-curriculum

Register at: http://www.hebrewcollege.edu/pdf/Lexington2017MeahClassic.pdf

Info or questions: Contact Sara Brown at Hebrew College, 617-559-8708 or meah@hebrewcollege.edu.

Me'ah: 100 Hours of Study

Me'ah — Hebrew for 100 — is an intensive Jewish educational experience designed for busy adult learners of all backgrounds.

Participants are immersed in reading core Jewish texts, grappling with concepts representing cultural and political movements from four historical periods — biblical, rabbinic, medieval, and modern.

Me'ah courses comprise 100 hours of class time over two years. As one of the original sites for Me'ah, more than 100 members of Temple Isaiah have completed this extraordinary program with high-level instructors. A new Temple Isaiah/Temple Emunah cohort has been developed for Fall 2015. Please contact Rabbi Amy Hertz, Director of Jewish Living, AHertz@templeisaiah.net for more information. The cost per year is $700 for first time registrants and $550 for Me'ah graduates (who are taking Me'ah again). Please consider asking a friend to join with you! Limited scholarship money is available.

This class meets on Thursday mornings from 9:30am-noon.

Be part of this special cohort at Temple Isaiah and in the greater Boston area.

Temple Isaiah and Temple Emunah are recruiting for a new Lexington cohort for 2017-2019 Me'ah, on Monday evenings. Me'ah provides adults of all backgrounds with an intellectual framework for understanding the narrative of the Jewish people.  For more information, see www.hebrewcollege.edu/meah.  To register, contact Linna Ettinger, adulted@templeemunah.org or Rabbi Amy Hertz, ahertz@templeisaiah.net.