Tastes of Tradition for the Wondering Jew


Mar 13, 2018 to Mar 27, 2018
07:00 PM until 09:00 PM


March 13, 20, 27; 7-9pm all days

Does Jewish tradition seem to be based on unbelievable stories? Or a collection of unnecessary rituals we are supposed to carry out? Though Judaism can look this way, it is more dynamic, more intellectually and spiritually challenging, and more connected to our deepest yearnings than many of us are taught.

Join us for a three-session series where we will look beneath the surface to explore core aspects of Jewish tradition from a complex, questioning, and deeply human point of view. Rabbi Bridget Wynne will teach this class in an open environment, with no assumptions about prior Jewish knowledge.

Presented by Jewish Gateways



$65 for the series of 3 classes, or $25 per session.


View map Private home in Berkeley
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Berkeley, CA

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Jewish Gateways



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Rabbi Bridget Wynne

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