Adult Education

On a recent visit to the Smithsonian Museums in Washington D.C. I had a thought; look at all these beautiful artifacts and parts of history that are made of gold, silver, and precious stone, all on display behind a beautiful glass display case. "What a shame?" Such precious pieces, such priceless gifts and all that is gained is a moment of grandeur from a passing visitor in a museum. We, the Jewish people, were given an extremely precious and priceless gift. This gift came from G‑d himself. He presented us with the Torah, the greatest gift of all time, on Mt. Sinai some 3,315 years ago. The Torah is not an ancient article on display. It is not one that a passerby should look at and say, "You see my child, that's the Torah... G‑d's gift to humanity... but don't touch it... don't get near it... just look at it from a distance." No, G‑d wants us to use this gift, to enjoy it, to study it and to gain from it. This gift is to be a "light unto the world" and each and every one of us should be the lamplighter.

We invite you to join us at The Jewish Community Center - Chabad, as we take the Torah out of the showcase and make it part of our lives - today!

Join us for classes on a wide variety of subjects, such as the crash course on reading Hebrew, Talmud, Kabbala - Mysticism, Jewish History, weekly Torah portion, or any subject that you wish to study.

Click Here to contact Rabbi Mendel Mintz of your interest.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Rabbi Mendel Mintz

- The Dilemma : Modern Dilemmas. Talmudic Debates. Your Solutions.

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- Read Hebrew

Crash Course on Reading Hebrew

How to read a 5000-year-old language in 6 easy lessons.

Ever feel lost at services because you can't follow the Hebrew? Want to study the Torah in its original language? Planning on a visit to Israel and want to be able to read the street signs? Perhaps it's time to learn your own language.

While most other languages require significant time and dedication to master, one can easily become a proficient reader of Hebrew in just six lessons. More then ever before, people from all walks of life are eager to learn Hebrew, either for the first time, or just to brush up on their forgotten Hebrew school education.

Instructor: Rabbi Mendel Mintz --- Fee: $50

For more information or to register, please call the center at 970.544.3770. Or click here to contact Rabbi Mendel Mintz.