Join us online for a variety of classes and discussions each week. From Torah study to contemporary book and tv discussions, there’s something for everyone!

For online security, all temple services and classes utilize a “virtual waiting room.” Please be sure to join with your first and last name so we know who you are and let you in! If you have questions or feedback about our virtual programming, let us know.

Adult Learning

People of the Book Club

Tuesday, June 2 at 10:00a

Rabbi Goldstein leads a discussion of The Art of Leaving by Ayelet Tsabari. The death of Ayelet Tsabari’s father when she was just nine years old left her feeling rootless, devastated, and driven to question her complex identity as an Israeli of Yemeni descent.

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Join via Phone: (301) 715-8592
Meeting ID: 990 8021 1314

Mussar with Rabbi Rosenwasser

Tuesday, June 2 at 2:00p

Join Rabbi Adam for a weekly mussar class where we will explore different middot (character traits) and how we can apply them to our lives, especially during these strange and difficult days. This class is appropriate for beginners and seasoned Mussar learners alike! We will be discussing Mussar as taught in a modern context by Alan Morinis. I suggest you purchase his book, “Everyday Holiness,” which can be bought here.

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Join via Phone: (301) 715-8592
Meeting ID: 915 6389 1460

Saturday Torah Study

Saturday, June 6 at 9:15a

Join us for our regular Shabbat Morning Torah Study.

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Join via Phone: (301) 715-8592
Meeting ID: to come

Daytimers: Where Are We in Treating COVID-19 & Where Are We Going?

Monday, June 8 at 1:00p

We regularly hear about the effects of COVID-19 and the search for a vaccine, but less about the treatment of patients with the disease. Dr. Shmuel Shoham will review the available treatments for the virus and the pros and cons of current therapies. He will explain the idea for a new treatment based on plasma, its potential effectiveness, and the efforts to bring such a treatment to availability for use.

Dr. Shmuel Shoham is Associate Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Associate Director of the Transplant and Oncology Infectious Diseases program at Hopkins. He and his wife, Ruth Polk, are members of Temple Sinai and Ruth is the Temple Sinai Librarian.

Tremendous Texts, Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Roos

Rabbi RoosMondays at 12:00p

This class is inspired by one of the most popular classes taught at HUC-JIR by Rabbi Aaron Panken, z”l, professor of rabbinic literature and president of HUC-JIR. The texts we  study are drawn from Talmud, Midrash and other rabbinic writings. Each session stands on its own. 

Class is off June 1. See you again soon!