In this interactive fellowship, we will convert our classroom into a Jewish laboratory. In addition to studying the historical and theological basis of Jewish practice, we will have weekly hands-on experiences with Shabbat ritual, holiday celebration, commemoration of life cycle events, food and culture.
Perhaps you attended Hebrew school as a child, and could use a refresher. Maybe you feel limited in your knowledge and would like to feel more comfortable in a Jewish setting. This course is an opportunity to study Judaism as an adult, with Princetonians just like you. This is advanced Judaism, with no prerequisites.
This course will meet weekly over free dinner during the fall semester, Mondays 5:15 - 7pm.
For those who would also like to learn to read Hebrew, you have the option to join the Hebrew Reading Crash Course before class, from 4:30-5:00. Participants in this fellowship are expected to commit to regular class attendance. Upon completion of the fellowship, students will receive a stipend to use to create their own hands-on Jewish experience.
Contact Rabbi Sara Rich (slrich@) to receive more information about this fellowship and fill out our fellowships common application to apply.