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Join us for Tamid Tuesdays at The Temple!


Annual Learning Opportunities: Registration Required.

Judaism 101- First/Last Class In Person, All other classes Zoom Only
A basic overview of the many facets of Judaism and Jewish practice: history, holidays, life cycle events, Torah, texts, and more.
Instructors: Temple Clergy and Staff
Times: 7:00-8:30pm
Dates: Beginning Tuesday, February 21 for nine weeks
Cost: Free for members, $36 book fee for members who do not own Honoring Tradition, Embracing Modernity; $150/person (includes book) for non-members; add a second family member for $36

Judaism 102
This course is for those who are converting to Judaism, covering a variety of issues that arise as one makes the choice to become a Jew.
Instructors: Temple clergy
Times: Tuesdays 7-8:30pm plus one Shabbat experience
Dates: February and May 2023
Requirements: Judaism 101 or its equivalent and an entrance interview with Rabbi Medwin. Course registration information will be given after that meeting. Upon completion and conversion, students will become the newest members of The Temple community.

Melton: Between the Lines: From Text to Life - In Person Only
Jewish texts have informed Jewish thought and practice for over 3,000 years. But how do we connect to words written so long ago? What do they reveal today? And how do they inspire action? In this course, we will examine the many ways that we bring the words of our texts into our daily lives. We’ll look at the hints and clues in the letters of sacred Jewish texts: the Torah, the Prophets, the Talmud (no previous Hebrew knowledge required). We’ll exam structure and authorship. We’ll discuss the commentary of yesterday. We’ll share where we stand today. Dive into a sea of knowledge!
Instructors: Rabbi Peter Berg & Rabbi Loren Filson Lapidus
Dates: Wednesdays, February 8 – March 15
Time: 10:00-11:30am
Cost: $80

Electives: No Charge and Open to All! Registration is required.

Connecting Through the Arts - Hybrid
theatre dybbuk’s Residency
Tuesday, January 31
7:00pm • The Temple’s Sanctuary

The Temple will be joined by theatre dybbuk for a residency that will take place here in Atlanta from January 30 through February 5, 2023. As part of this unique collaboration, theatre dybbuk will offer a performed reading of their recent theatrical work, breaking protocols, a piece which explores the notorious, fraudulent text “The Protocols of The Elders of Zion” as a jumping off point to investigate antisemitism and variety of related issues throughout history. theatre dybbuk creates lyrical theatrical performances and innovative educational encounters that use Jewish history as an entry point to investigate issues connected to identity, belonging, and power in our contemporary world.

This residency is supported in part by a Signature Grant from the Covenant Foundation.

Continue connecting through the arts on these dates:
• February 21: Jewish Food Cooking Class with Chef Howard - Virtual Only                                                                                             • February 28: Yiddish Music Through the Ages with Cantor Scher - In Person Only
Time: 7:00pm

Jewish Mindfulness—Cultivate Mindfulness, Deepen Connection, and Enliven Jewish Life
Tuesday, March 14
7:00pm • The Temple’s Sanctuary

Rabbi Myriam Klotz, a Senior Core Faculty with the Institute for Jewish Spirituality, will join us to kickoff our conversation on Jewish Mindfulness. 

Continue exploring the practice of Jewish Mindfulness with Rabbi Medwin and Cantor Scher on these dates:
• March 21
• March 28
• April 18
Time: 7:00pm

If you have any questions about our TAMID program, please contact Elizabeth Foster at 404-873-1731.  

Wed, February 1 2023 10 Sh'vat 5783