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Adult Education

 Torah on Tap 

Come and enjoy good company, schmoozing, and engaging discussions on various topics of interest in our lives, grounded in Jewish text throughout the ages. At the same time, enjoy a relaxed and informal setting and delicious food!                                                                                                                             

5/8, 6/12

$10 per person - A new topic every month!


Thinking Jewishly With Rabbi Dina Rosenberg

Join us this year as we explore contemporary issues through a Jewish lens based on the weekly parsha. Together we will “think Jewishly.” No background is required, and drop-ins are welcome as each week’s selection of material and discussion will be in English and stand on its own.

Classes meet on Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. 

Introduction to Judaism - Second Semester starts February 27 - Register Here

Join us as we continue to delve deeper into the Jewish practice, how to raise children in a Jewish home, the path to conversion, and much more!

With an intimate group, you will explore the fundamental concepts of Judaism, including holidays, life cycle events, meaningful prayer, and rituals of the Jewish faith. You’ll learn the “how” as well as the "why" of Jewish practices and uncover the approach to bringing Judaism into your daily life.

Students of all backgrounds are welcome, and no prior knowledge is necessary.
($54 for members/$60 for non-members) some required books needed  for study

Register here.                                                                                                                                                                                      2nd Semester:  2/27, 3/13, 3/27, 4/10, 4/24                                                                                                               3rd Semester: 5/10, 5/29, 6/05, 6/19               


Kiddush Konversation - Congregants, Clergy and Guest Presenters

Several Shabbat afternoons a year, BSO hosts a Kiddush Konversation over  lunch to extend our Shabbat experience beyond services. For more information, or to volunteer to lead or sponsor a future Konversation, please contact chairperson, Earl Kudlick at (301) 570-9175.


February 24:         Al Temin:  "Developments between Israel and India.”

March 17:              Victor Slootsky: A History of the Georgian Jews

April 21:                 Earl Kudlick:  Why We Remain Jews by Vladimir Tesis MD

May 19:                 Harvey Perrit: Weapons Wizards: How Israel became a High Tech Super Power

June 16:                Earl Kudlick:   Indoctrinating our Youth:  CAMERA


Adult Hebrew for Beginners and Advanced Beginners
New participants are also welcome and encouraged to join in!  Classes are taught by one of our amazing BSORS teachers. If you are interested in finding out more about the class or signing up, please email Irit Mendelsohn




Mon, September 24 2018 15 Tishrei 5779