Hebrew Congregation offers a wide variety of Adult Education programming. Choose those that fit your schedule and interest!
Join us on two Tuesday evenings a month from 5:30pm-6:30pm for Adult Education.
Mishnah and Talmud Study
Hebrew Language Study
Class takes place at our local coffee shop Barefoot Buddha 9715 Estate Thomas, Havensight, 00802. Barefoot Buddha generously is providing tables for, and allowing us to learn in their establishment ½ hour after closing time. Please add to your learning some coffee or sweets to support a local business while attending!
Ever want to know why we pray the way we do? Want to brush up on your congregational participation? Want to learn a new song?
Join us for a Monthly Learner’s Minyan on Friday evenings, 6:05pm-6:25pm at Hebrew Congregation’s Synagogue
Led by Rabbi Harvey, this short intro before Shabbat helps educate you about the origins of our prayers, blessings, and rituals.
Learner’s Minyan will begin after High Holy Days and will be the third Shabbat of each Month.
If preparing for conversion at Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas, attendance is mandatory. Please contact Hebrew Congregation if interested in conversion.
Torah on Tap
Torah on Tap provides an informal learning session over beer, wine, or your choice of drink at one of St. Thomas’ local bars.
Torah on Tap, beginning January 1, 2016 will be by request. Please contact the synagogue if you wish to help arrange and plan this event!
Our Rabbi will provide fun, funny, and exciting aspects of Judaism; you just need to bring yourself. All ages (over 21+) are welcome.
Dine and Drash
Come Dine and Drash with us at one of your favorite local St. Thomas restaurants for shmuzing, learning, and of course food!
Dine and Drash, beginning January 1, 2016 will be by request. Please contact the synagogue if you wish to help arrange and plan this event!
Our Rabbi will provide a thought provoking text to discuss over dinner in an informal setting. All ages are welcome.
Hebrew Congregation Book Club
Join Hebrew Congregation members to get together on a regular basis to discuss books of all genres within Judaism; non-fiction and fiction, historical and philosophical.
The book club is held by request of congregants.
Each member of the congregation has an opportunity to choose a book from the list (below) that interests them.
You choose the book, you get to host the book club meeting!
A copy of each book chosen each month will be kept in the Rabbi’s study, and will be available to book club members to borrow.