JCC Squirrel Hill, 5738 Forbes Avenue
October 10, 2018 to January 1, 2019
Melton Pittsburgh: Adult Learning for the Wondering Jew
The premiere course of pluralistic, foundational learning returns to Pittsburgh
Wednesdays, October 10-May 22
9:30-11:45 am at the JCC in Squirrel Hill
Melton offers a comprehensive program of discussion and text study led by superb instructors. Engage with Judaism fully in a way that you never have before. You will explore central ideas that inform our daily, weekly and annual rituals as well as life cycle observances, essential Jewish theological concepts as they unfold in the Bible, the Talmud and other sacred texts, and so much more.
Instructors: Rabbi Danny Schiff and Rabbi Ron Symons
Sign up early to reserve your spot for this transformative learning experience.
For more information, contact Jan Barkley at the Jewish Community Foundation, 412-697-6655
Co-sponsored by the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Pittsburgh, the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh and the Center for Loving Kindness.
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