At BJEP, parents can learn, too. In coming together, parents spend time with like-minded folks who are educating Jewish children. While our kids are in class, we explore topics relevant to modern Jewish lives in an inclusive, comfortable setting where we are encouraged to voice our opinions and share our perspectives. We leave each class with new ideas for ourselves, and even more importantly, we discover what we want to teach our children.
Explore compelling Jewish texts and traditions while sharing stories and ideas about raising children. Free babysitting available!
Cost: $95 per person/ $155 per couple
- Towards Joyful Parenting
- Infusing Our Lives with Meaning
- Finding Peace in Our Home
- Shabbat: A Time to Reconnect and Recharge
- Parenting for Resiliency
- Hopes and Dreams for Our Children
This 6-week course offered by Hebrew College and CJP is a great way to learn about Judaism while meeting other parents and getting parent support.
Taught by Rabbi Hillel Greene, who is an educator at Gann Academy in Waltham, MA, he formerly served as a rabbinic advisor and Jewish chaplain at Boston College and Northeastern University. He is a graduate of Columbia University and was ordained in 2014 from the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College. An avid reader, Greene is slowly working his way through the complete works of William Shakespeare.
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Sunday Morning, Adult Torah Study
10:00am – 12:00pm in the Mandel Atrium
(Every Sunday BJEP is in session)
Led by: Evan Hershenson, MA. Judaic Studies
No background is necessary! Feel free to bring a Torah/Bible or borrow one of ours. Our topics vary each semester as we explore a variety of Jewish sacred texts. As in all books of the Torah, we are confronted by both inspirational words and great challenges to our modern sensibility. Feel free to drop in and engage in respectful dialogue. Hope to see you there!