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A Ground-Up, Grown-Up Introduction to Jewish Thought and Practice

Hosted By: West End Synagogue

An exploration of Judaism for those stepping in for the first time or re-connecting with Jewish roots. This is a class for the basics, where no question is too simple and every starting place is enough. This year’s Gan class consists of 4 3-session modules diving into 4 deep topics in Jewish life. Sign up for as many as you’d like!

1) Torah— Story
2) Tefilah— Prayer
3) To Do/Not To Do— Practice
4) Theology— God Stuff

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Teacher

Rabbi Emily Cohen

Rabbi Emily Cohen is the spiritual leader of West End Synagogue in NYC, a graduate of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, the host and producer of the "Jew Too?" podcast (currently on hiatus!), and a long-time artist and educator. You can find her in Brooklyn with her cat Pico or on Twitter @ThatRabbiCohen.
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Host

West End Synagogue

West End Synagogue is a diverse group of individuals and families committed to exploring Jewish life and creating an intellectually challenging, spiritually vibrant, and mutually supportive community. Utilizing the principles of Reconstructionist Judaism, we celebrate the richness and diversity of Jewish tradition through study, prayer, meditation, music and tikkun olam, or acts of repairing the world.
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