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CONNECT WITH JUDAISM IN A SPIRITUAL WAY

Experience an immersive Judaism, in an Online community 

study with others, learn about yourself 
NEXT EVENTS
beg.13/OCT

Inner Torah: Journey into the text to discover personal meaning

Every Tuesday at 10:00 am

19/OCT

Secrets of the Hebrew Alphabet

Monday at 8:30 pm

29/OCT

Introduction to the Inner Alpeh Bet 

Thursday at 8:00 pm

"The great challenge of education is to examine existing paradigms and dream of new ones."  

Barry Chazan 

A SPIRIT OF WELCOMING  

Discover the spiritual side of Judaism by exploring new ways that connect you to Jewish texts and each other. In a unique safe space, you will derive personal meaning from the experience and realize the great potential when people come together with a desire to learn. 

Explore the ways in which you would like to learn. You can join a group or bring either a course or speaking event to your community.  Click here to discuss some options.

LEARNING

Sessions (1 - 2 meetings) and courses on topics ranging from Spirituality in Judaism to delving into  Jewish texts. All are highly interactive and use experiential modes of engagement. 

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

I speak with large and small groups. There is lively discussion and the focus is always on providing you with new insights. 

RECLAIMING JUDAISM

A blog about Jewish community, spirituality, and Jewish practices

 
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LEARN WITH JOY 

“Study is holier even than prayer, for in prayer we speak to God, but in study we listen to God."

Rabbi Jonathan Sacks 

WHY STUDY? 

Engaging in study is fulfilling a Jewish obligation, a mitzvah. When you increase your wisdom, you sensitize yourself and grow from the experience. So, not only are you growing closer to God, you are reaching deeper parts within yourself. 

CONTACT INFO

267. 225. 6136

ruthschapira@ruthschapira.com 

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