Adult education takes many forms at Midbar Kodesh Temple
The on-going schedule of classes include Judaism 101 with Rabbi Bradley Tecktiel. This class is tailored for adults wanting to enhance their Jewish education or for students new to Judaism. Rabbi Tecktiel is happy to speak with students interested in conversion. Please contact him at RAVT@midbarkodesh.org. Talmud Tuesday, also with Rabbi Tecktiel, takes place every Tuesday morning at the synagogue at 10:00 a.m.
Cantor Daniel Gale hosts beginning Hebrew courses on Tuesday evenings at 7 pm. He conducts Kolot Midbar Choir every Monday at 7 p.m. For more information on singing with the "Voices of Midbar Kodesh" contact Cantor Gale at CantorGale@gmail.com.
"Love and Logic" comes to Midbar Kodesh Temple beginning January 8 with classes scheduled through February. This four week training program helps parents explore parenting skills aimed to help children stop bickering, encouraging children to help with chores, working on good bed time and wake up habits and other habits that bring frustration to a family. The "Love and Logic" series is designed to help give more confidence to parents of young children, helping to bring more fun to the household and relaxation to the end of a busy day.
"Family Circle" provides open and honest conversations with Rabbi Bradley Tecktiel and Early Childhood Center Director Wendy Roselinsky about parenting in a Jewish setting. The next program is scheduled for Thursday, January 23 at 7 p.m. and is hosted off premises. This successful program provides time for Midbar Kodesh Temple Early Childhood Center parents to get to know each other socially and provide time to chat in an all adult environment. "Club Kehillah" provides social informal programming for families several times a year. For more information on the "Love & Logic Series", "Family Circle", "Club Kehillah", to tour the school or to inquire about early childhood classes from 18 months to pre-kindergarten, contact Director Wendy Roselinsky at 702.454.4848.