Congregation Beth Sholom
of Citrus County

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Adult Education

“Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.”
            ~ Albert Einstein

Lifelong learning is a core value of Judaism. We study to learn “how” and we study to learn “why.”


For the early part of 2020, Cantor-led adult education program has a new name and will be meeting at a new time!

Join Cantor Alisa Forman on the first Sunday of every month
as she delves into a topic of interest.

SUNDAY, MARCH 1 FROM 10:30 AM TO NOON (approx.)
Join Cantor Forman's monthly class on “Everything you ever wanted
to know about Judaism, but didn’t even think to ask.” Cantor Forman
will be covering topics on various elements of Judaism, from Bible, to
history, to theology and more. This month's topic has yet to be decided,
but be assured that you will learn details and ideas that you probably
were never aware of or thought about. Classes will challenge you on
an adult level to think about Judaism in modern, progressive ways,
while still being given a traditional perspective. The class is interactive
and inclusive and suitable for people at all levels of knowledge and background.
Come join us the first Sunday for a refreshing and interesting look at Judaism.



Wednesday, April 22 at 6:00 pm - Sanctuary
Jewish Book Club open to members and non-members. We will be discussing From Sand and Ash by Amy Harmon. Donation of $5. Snacks, water, iced tea and coffee will be available. Contact Sue at if you'd like more information. We will attempt to hold the book club discussion virtually. Please email Sue for further details if you are interested in participating.




Members who are interested in serving on the Adult Ed – Lifestyle Division committee or who have suggestions for Lifestyle Division programs, please contact Sue at