Adult Education

TBE has a wide variety of engaging adult education programming. Programs are led by clergy members, staff and lay leaders. They range from formal study sessions, informal discussions, preparing for the holidays and many more.

View our 5777 Adult Education Brochure for current programs!


Adult Education - Ongoing Programs


Jewish Mindfulness Meditation Sit

1:30 pm in the TBE Chapel | Thursdays 

For practitioners of all levels. Intention and instruction followed by 30-minute silent meditation. Facilitated by SooJi Min, Judy Freedman, and Quyen Epstein-Ngo. SooJi Min is TBE’s executive director. She recently completed a 16-month mindfulness teacher training program sponsored by the Institute for Jewish Spirituality and the Awakened Heart Project. Judy Freedman has practicing meditation for over 20 years. She attended a three-year training in Jewish Meditation sponsored by the Philips Foundation at Chochmat ha Lev. Quyen Epstein-Ngo is a therapist who holds a joint doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology and Women’s Studies. One of the areas she specializes in is working with adolescents, adults, and couples on issues of faith and spirituality. Contact SooJi Min with questions, 665-4744.

Men’s Torah Study is all about Talmud this Year!

Every 4th Tuesday | 7:30 pm

A men’s Torah discussion group will be led by a lay leader on the 2nd Monday and by Rabbi Levy on the 4th Monday. We will find our way as men by wrestling with text. For more information contact Bill Parkus, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Women’s Torah Study

Every 2nd and 4th Monday | 7 pm

Led by Cantor Regina Hayut, the group will explore various passages from the portion looking at several translations and commentaries from a variety of scholars from Talmudic times to the modern day. No Hebrew knowledge necessary. For questions, contact Cantor Hayut at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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We promote and nurture the beliefs and practices of Reform Judaism by cultivating a love and understanding of our Jewish heritage, stimulating fellowship within the Temple and in the Jewish community, and strengthening the bonds of loyalty with the Jewish people everywhere to bring near the age of universal peace through acts of righteousness in society at large.