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Experience the best of Jewishness. Six weeks of Jewish experiences geared especially towards beginners.
Curious about Judaism? Why listen to a lecture when you can experience the best of Jewish life for yourself? In a setting geared to those just looking to learn, you’ll bake challah, study Talmud (in English), learn spiritual melodies, celebrate Shabbat, and make your own pickles. Taught by Rabbi Scott Perlo, Associate Director of the Bronfman center, this series will get all your questions about Jewish life answered in the most fun, and delicious, way possible.
This class will meet for six consecutive Tuesdays: Feb 5, 12, 19, 26, Mar 5, & 12.
Rabbi Scott Perlo is leader in the field of Jewish open outreach. He's taught Torah to thousands of unaffiliated Jews, their partners and those interested in Jewish life of any background. For the last ten years, Scott has worked primarily with Millennials, addressing the specific needs of the next generation of Jewish life.
Scott is a veteran of multiple cutting-edge Jewish communities, having served as a rabbi at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, rabbi-in-residence at Moishe House and The Professional Leaders Project, and intern at IKAR in Los Angeles. Scott leads trips ...
Scott is a veteran of multiple cutting-edge Jewish communities, having served as a rabbi at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, rabbi-in-residence at Moishe House and The Professional Leaders Project, and intern at IKAR in Los Angeles. Scott leads trips for Honeymoon Israel, was a founding member of the Jewish Emergent Network and is a Wexner Field Fellow.
A regular writer, Rabbi Perlo has been published in The Washington Post, The Forward and The Huffington Post, among other publications.
A California native, he gets back to his beloved Pacific Ocean to surf and to dive whenever he can. He lives in New York with his partner, Yael, a Constitutional lawyer, and son.