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Introduction to Judaism

Hosted By: Congregation Shalom of San Antonio

This 12-week course introduces the basics of Jewish thought and practice through the study of holidays, theology, prayer, life-cycle, Israel, and history. Anyone interested in exploring Jewish life, including Interfaith couples, non-Jews considering conversion, and Jews looking for adult-level basics will find it meaningful.

The class, taught by Rabbi Lisa Goldstein, will include a mix of interactive study, discussion, and practical experiences.

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Rabbi Lisa Goldstein

Rabbi Lisa Goldstein is a rabbi, teacher and facilitator with almost 25 years of executive experience. For many years I was the director of Hillel of San Diego, where I loved creating vibrant, welcoming communities for all kinds of college students. More recently, I led the Institute for Jewish Spirituality, a global leader of Jewish mindfulness and spiritual practices. I have taught Jewish mindfulness meditation, prayer, and spiritual practice in various contexts for 20 years.
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Congregation Shalom of San Antonio

Congregation Shalom is a Reform Jewish community that inspires dynamic engagement in Jewish worship, values, texts, culture, and social action. We encourage participation by all who seek connection to Jewish life.
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