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Torah & Tea

Torah & Tea

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Torah & Tea with Bassie 

Woman's Circle


            

Looking for inspiration? Camaraderie? Support? Spiritual insights into life? Stimulating discussions?

Then Thursday mornings with Bassie is where you want to be. Join a nurturing and welcoming group of women for Torah and Tea (in loving memory of Rashi Minkowitz OBM).

Thursday Mornings 10:30 - 11:30 AM.  

2016 - 2017 Schedule

2016 

FALL SESSION of TORAH & TEA CLASS:

SEPT. 15

SEPT. 22 Class dedicated to honor the memory of Ani Mintz, of blessed memory

SEPT. 29, Rosh Hashana class

OCT. 6, Yom Kippur class

OCT. 13, 20 & 27, (Holiday break) No Classes

NOV. 3, 10, 17, Regular classes

NOV. 24, (Thanksgiving) No class

DEC. 1, 8 & 15, Regular classes

DEC. 22, & 29, (Winter break)  No classes

 

2017 

WINTER SESSION OF TORAH & TEA CLASS:

JAN. 5,  No class
JAN.  12, 19, 26, Regular classes
FEB. 2, 9, Regular classes
FEB. 16, No class
FEB. 23, Regular class 
March 2, 9, 16, 23, & 30, Purim and Passover classes 

SPRING SESSION OF TORAH & TEA CLASS:

APRIL, (Passover break)  No classes

MAY 5, (Community New York Trip)  No class

MAY 11, 18 & 25, regular classes

JUNE 1, Final class. 

 

No Fees to attend. 

Come to one class, all classes or whenever you have a chance! No need to sign up and materials are provided. The only requirement is a desire to learn, to meet friendly Jewish women and to delight in the incredible insights in our Torah.

We will accept class sponsorships, if you'd like to donate in honor of a birthday, anniversary, yartzeit, etc. Simply notify Dara Linson of the date(s) and deliver your donation (multiples of chai - $18, $36, $72, $90, $180 etc. suggested) to the CJC prior to the class. (You do NOT need to provide the refreshments:-) On that morning in class Bassie will acknowledge your kindness and you can tell the group why you've chosen to sponsor. 

Call 949 770-1270 or email for more info.

 

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