Lifelong Learning for Adults

We continue to learn from our sages, our rabbis, guest speakers, and from our fellow congregants. Our programs cover a wide range of interests, from Torah to Jewish history and culture to Israel and current events.

Sunday morning brunch series led by distinguished guest speakers.

Friday Rabbi Schmooze sessions when our various clergy introduce a lively topic and lead our discussion.

Torah study every Shabbat morning with Bagels – 9:00am to 10:--am

Kabbalah classes monthly on Shabbat mornings (10:30 to noon) with Rabbi Richard Simon

Special Arts & Ideas events and guest lectures throughout the year.

Continuing Education

Temple Judea’s Irving and Sylvia Rosenwald School for Adult Learning is proud to announce a stellar line-up of programs for the coming year.

First Learn and then form Opinions –  Jewish Proverb

The Adult Education Committee is pleased to present a thought-provoking program of speakers for its Sunday brunches for the coming year. All brunch programs begin with bagels and coffee at 10:00 am with the speaker starting at 10:30 am. A $10 donation is encouraged. Please join us for some very interesting programs.

Adult Ed – Jewish Music:
An Introduction

Sunday morning, October 21st

10:00 Bagels and Coffee

10:30 – Noon Program

Samuel Heifetz, Advanced Performing Studies Professor, Arcadia University. Sam was born in Latvia and holds a master's degree from the Latvian National Conservatory.  He performed extensively throughout the former Soviet Union and Europe; and in 1988, he recorded the first album of instrumental Jewish music to be released in the USSR.  Sam arrived in the United States in 1990, and has continued his career as a performer, composer, educator and arranger.  In this country, he has performed at Carnegie Hall, has released several albums, and has worked extensively in musical theater, including at the Prince Theater, Bristol Riverside Theater, and the Media Theater for Performing Arts.

Adult Ed – Holocaust Remembrance Program
(sponsored by Bucks County Jewish War Veterans Post 697)

Sunday morning, November 18th

10:00 Bagels and Coffee

10:30 – Noon Program

Danny Goldsmith - A Holocaust survivor, Danny Goldsmith, will describe his family's experiences during the Nazi occupation of his native Belgium.

Allan Silverberg, a Vietnam era veteran, will speak of the experience of Jewish members of the U.S. military during World War II and in the post-War period.

Temple Judea of Bucks County
38 Rogers Road, PO BOX 109 - Furlong, PA 18925
(Please be sure to use the PO Box address for all correspondence)
Phone: 215.348.5022 - Fax: 215.268.3410
Temple Judea is a reform synagogue serving Doylestown area in Bucks County Pennsylvania