Rabbi Sendrow’s Classes

Torah Study with Rabbi Sendrow is every Wednesday at 11am
Weekday Torah is a wonderful group of people who meet virtually every Wednesday morning at 11:00 to go through the Torah verse by verse.  Because this program has been running for years, we are now in the Book of Deuteronomy, but it is not too late to climb aboard!  There is always lots of good discussions both about what we are studying and other topics of interest as well, which we call “off-label topics.”  We would love to have you join our group!

Jewish Prayer 101 starting October 4th with Rabbi Sendrow every Monday at 7:15pm 
Have you ever wondered how some people can walk into a synagogue and find the right page in the siddur without asking?  How do people know when to stand, sit, and bow?  This class will unlock the mysteries of Jewish prayer for you!  We will cover the structure of the service and the siddur, the meaning of our most important prayers, and the choreography that goes along with the prayers.  This class will be taught in English—no Hebrew reading required!  Come join us for this introduction to the fascinating world of Jewish prayer!

2021 – 2022/5782 CLASSES:

Chai Mitzvah with Rabbi Sendrow is the 1st Sunday of most months at 6:30 pm – 8 pm
The Chai Mitzvah Group is for teens of all ages. It will be based on a curriculum focusing on Mussar which is the study of Jewish ethics, but this is much more than a class. In addition to group study of the source books, each person in the group chooses personally meaningful projects in three areas:

  1. Adopt or deepen a ritual or spiritual practice
  2. Identify something to learn
  3. Engage in a social action project of your choosing

The goal is for each participant to experience personal growth in numbers one and two, and participate in tikkun olam, repairing the world in number three.

Students who complete the year-long Chai Mitzvah program are eligible to apply for a stipend to help fund a peer trip to Israel the summer after completing Chai Mitzvah.  Class dates:  k here.

October 3
November 7
December 5

January 9
February 6
March 6
May 1

3D@CST with Rabbi Sendrow is the 2nd Sunday of most months at 6:30 pm – 8 pm
3D@CST is primarily designed for students one or two years past their Bar or Bat Mitzvahs. The three Ds are Dinner, Discussion, and Debate. We take turns providing a light dinner for the class, and over dinner there is lively discussion on a variety of Jewish issues. Although Rabbi Sendrow usually leads the class, there are occasional guest presenters as well.  Class dates below:

  October 10
  November 14
  December 12

January 16
February 13
March 13
May 8