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 Adult Ed Classes ongoing from November 2017 - June 2018

The following 3 Adult Education Courses will be taught by Rabbi Mendel Bluming CLICK HERE to register 

 Fall 2017:

Great Debates in Jewish History

Debate is not only encouraged within Judaism but resides at the very heart of our history and theology. Great Debates in Jewish History explores six fundamental conflicts that pitted the greatest Jewish minds against each other—six instances of divergent perspectives, including several that are still debated today.

Discover stirring and surprising accounts that span two millennia of Jewish disputation, reflecting the panorama of Jewish history and its monumental political, ethical, and spiritual challenges. Encounter the gripping narratives of six fascinating eras, the intellectual tension and points of view they unearth, and the light they shed on the most fundamental of Jewish beliefs.

Winter 2018: 

The Art of Communication

In the era of social media, the value of healthy communication between family, friends, and associates is widely appreciated, even as its form now undergoes a drastic shift. How do we find suitable paths for effective communication? This course explores Judaism's insight into forging positive, effective, and fruitful interactions

 Spring 2018:


Rethink everything you know about our universe. Explore the nature of our world and the meaning of the human condition as you contemplate existential questions about consciousness, the physical, and the metaphysical, to unveil the hidden unity and pervading truth of our existence


 Rebbetzin Sara Bluming will be teaching women every Tuesday at 10 and every Wednesday at 1 come to study: 

An Island of serenity, a Lighthouse in time!

Join our women's weekly Torah & Tea, an intriguing and personal weekly Torah discussion of

the practical and the mystical and its contemporary relevance.

Hot coffee and freshly baked goodies always served!

Back by popular demand  for this year: Monthly evening classes for those who can't make the daytime classes! 

Also monthly studies for women:

The new Rosh Chodesh Society course for this year titled "Pause & Effect", exploring the gift of Shabbat. Whether you are fully Shabbat observant, keep Shabbat somewhat, or do not observe Shabbat, this course is for you and you are sure to gain from this amazing course! Please join me for our first class next Sunday, November 12th, 7:30pm @ Chabad. To register or for more info, visit



Rabbi Yossi Kagan ( will be teaching a new array of classes at Chabad and I invite you to nourish your soul with the refreshing and inspiring words of Torah!


1.     Weekly Parshah class Monday 8-9 PM for men and women: Insights into the Torah portion of that week for all levels, insightful and relevant, interesting and  personally meaningful.

2.     Advanced in depth study of a talk of the Lubavitcher Rebbe on that week's torah portion. Specifically geared for men who want advanced textual study. Thursday evenings at 9:10 PM following maariv. Fresh steaming cholent served! 

3.     Sunday morning advanced study (begins Nov 5) 45 minutes of in depth study of a chassidic text followed by 45 minutes of in depth Talmud study Class begins at 9:15 am at Chabad. 

4.     Come to study a chassidic text  each Shabbat morning at Chabad from 8:05 am until 8:50. Geared for all levels. (Class does not meet on Shabbats preceding a new Jewish month.)

5.     Study a chapter a day of Rambam/ Maimonides' magnum opus the Mishnah Torah compendium of the entire torah's laws. Following shachris, Mon & Thursday 8:25am Tuesday, Wed & Fri 8:15am; Sundays following Maariv  

 Join in! No need to RSVP.


Would you consider your own private teacher by phone or Skype for an hour each week on any topic of torah study of your choosing? I'd be glad to set it up for you through Chabad' A number of adults in our community are currently studying through this program. Email Rabbi Bluming if you'd consider it It is a central chabad program that I am a part of, there is no charge to you. Also, here's a great resource to study any Torah topic from the most basic to the most sublime. Give it a try: