B’nai Torah Congregation Launches “Intro to Judaism” Course
Immersive Community Experience Includes Field Trips, Shabbats, Holidays,
Social Gatherings, and Learning with Clergy & Special Guests
WHAT: B’nai Torah Congregation, the largest conservative synagogue in Southeast Florida, is launching an “Intro to Judaism” course. The new program, described as an immersive community experience, features field trips, Shabbats, holidays, social gatherings, and education with clergy and other special guests. It is designed for those who want a better understanding of Judaism, those who are interested in converting to Judaism, or those who are curious and want to explore Judaism.
WHEN: The “Intro to Judaism” experience begins on September 13th at 6:00pm. A free orientation dinner is scheduled for August 11 at 7:00pm.
WHERE: B’nai Torah Congregation, 6261 SW 18th Street, Boca Raton, FL 33433
WHO: Instructors for the course are Rabbi Evan Susman and Rabbi Nachson Carmi
DETAILS: The course will be taught through a collaborative educational partnership with the Miller Introduction to Judaism Program of American Jewish University. The tuition for the year is $500 per person, which includes experiences, meals, holidays, and membership to B’nai Torah Congregation.
About B’nai Torah Congregation
B’nai Torah Congregation is the largest conservative synagogue in Southeast Florida with over 1,300 membership families. It is a close-knit, multi-generational, modern, and egalitarian synagogue, which offers diverse services, programs of worship, learning, tzedakah, social action, and social activities. B’nai Torah Congregation creates a perfect outlet for arts, culture, and learning, and we are home to several schools of Jewish education. The synagogue, which offers a wide variety of volunteer opportunities that will enrich the synagogue experience, is a tremendous and vibrant center for tzedakah acts and projects that touch thousands of people. Learn more at https://btcboca.org.