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Introduction to Judaism: Conversion Course

Hosted By: B'nai Jeshurun of New York City (BJ)

This course offers an overview of the core beliefs, practices, and history of Judaism and the Jewish people. We hope to deepen the understanding of those just beginning to explore Jewish life as well as of those who would like to participate more fully in the life of the Jewish community. No prior knowledge or experience necessary.

This year the class will be virtual, with optional in-person offerings. We are teaching a new cyclical class structure, so if you are not able to start the class in Fall, there will be a winter start date.

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Teacher

Grace Gleason

Grace Gleason is a third-year rabbinical student at the Jewish Theological Seminary. Prior to rabbinical school, she pursued her love of Talmud at SVARA: A Traditionally Radical Yeshiva, Yeshivat Hadar, and the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies. She served in many settings as a teacher and prayer leader, including as a fellow at Mishkan Chicago. Originally from Chicago, she completed her B.A. in interdisciplinary studies at the University of Chicago in 2014. In her free time she likes to sing, dance, and explore the city by bike.
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Host

B'nai Jeshurun of New York City (BJ)

The members and spiritual leaders of B'nai Jeshurun share a vision of a diverse, dynamic, and welcoming community that offers many paths to Jewish prayer and supports one another in our spiritual quests. We are committed to honoring tradition, while re-imagining and innovating our practices to be more accessible and relevant.
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