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Prayerbook Hebrew the Easy(ish) Way

Hosted By: Temple Beth-El of City Island: Your Shul By the Sea

Join is as we learn more about how Hebrew works…(melech, malach, yimloch?)

Rabbi David will teach on Tuesdays at 7:30, and we will find time to work in pairs/small groups for practice (chevrutah style) on our own schedules. We will meet on (most) Tuesdays, starting November 8 and going thru January.

IF YOU CAN READ THE HEBREW LETTERS AND VOWELS, TO SOUND OUT WORDS, YOU ARE READY FOR THIS CLASS. Your reading will become more fluent as you practice and learn.

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Teacher

Rabbi David Markus

Rabbi David Evan Markus brings joyful passion for Jewish life in many forms — traditional and innovative liturgy, classical and modern music, spiritual poetry, mystical practice, uplifting text study and heart-centered humor.
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Temple Beth-El of City Island: Your Shul By the Sea

Affectionately known as “Your Shul by the Sea,” Temple Beth-El is an all-inclusive, welcoming and independent (trans-denominational) congregation that has served Jews of all ages and their families for over 80 years. We are known for our joyful and haimish (warm) atmosphere, our music and our openly spiritual approach to Jewish life. Temple Beth-El does not affiliate with any of the denominations, but honors the diversity of Jewish belief and practice.  Women and men participate equally — as do couples, singles, and families.  We affirm the full spiritual inheritance, participation and leadership of LGBTQ souls, people of color, and multi-racial and multi-faith families.  Our members and friends hail from across the breadth of Jewish life: Conservative, Reform, Renewal and unaffiliated Jews make their spiritual home with us.
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