1415 Old Canton Rd, Marietta, GA 30062


770-973-3533


Adult Learning





There are weekly Torah studies at TKE. Rabbi Lebow has Torah study on Wednesday morning at 9:30 a.m.and on Saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. in the Bemis Conference room off the main lobby.  

In addition to Torah study, we hold the following adult education classes.


The Suzette Felsberg Cohen Outreach 

Adult Education Initiative

To register for classes, please contact Evy Eckber at evyeckber@kolemeth.net or call TKE at 770-973-3533
 ***Some courses will require books and other materials at additional cost– information will be provided by the teachers.
 
Classes offered for fall of 2016

Torah Study Classes are Wednesday mornings, 9:30 a.m. and Saturday mornings, 9 a.m.  No charge.

Instructor – Rabbi Steve Lebow Rabbi Lebow became the first full-time spiritual leader of Temple Kol Emeth when he moved to Marietta in the summer of 1986. Following the tradition of TKE as a “Big Tent” congregation Rabbi Lebow welcomed congregants of all different backgrounds, from interfaith couples, to lifelong Reform Jews, to members who had grown up in Conservative congregations who were looking for a Reform congregation open to traditional practices. At the conclusion of Rabbi Lebow’s first year he “shepherded” TKE to become a formal member of the UAHC/Union of Reform Judaism, in the summer of 1987. “Being the Rabbi of TKE for three decades has been the honor of my life,” he says. “But being the husband of Madeline and the father of Shira and Julia… those are things that mean the most to me.” Rabbi Lebow continues to focus on growing and sustaining TKE into the next decade.

Beginning Hebrew II Classes are on Sunday at  10:00 a.m 
$75/class per semester for members of TKE
$150/class per semester for non-members of TKE 


Adult Beginning Hebrew for is for anyone who wants to learn how to read Hebrew.  No previous Hebrew knowledge required.  Students will learn all the letters of the Hebrew alef-bet (alphabet) and vowel sounds.  By the end of the course, students will be able to ready any Hebrew word.

Instructor - Lynnor Holder, a graduate of New York University with a degree in Education and an M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision. Mrs. Holder taught in the New York City school system for many years and then took some time off to raise her children. When she relocated to Georgia, Mrs. Holder began teaching at Mabry Middle School in Cobb County and retired from teaching there after 23 years. She has worked with the adult Hebrew class at TKE for many years and, after 27 years, she retired from teaching at Temple Kol Emeth in May 2013.

Milestone 13 Classes are on Sunday at 10:30 a.m beginning on September 11, 2016 
$75/class per semester for members of TKE
$150/class per semester for non-members of TKE 


Planning and preparing for a Bar or Bat Mitzvah is a daunting task for anyone--don't do it alone! This course is designed for ALL PARENTS, providing relevant learning and the support of others approaching this important milestone.  If you child's date is in the next 1-3 years, this is your opportunity to prepare yourself.  Interfaith couples and those who have become a Jew by Choice are also encouraged to enroll--learn how to make this event meaningful and inclusive for everyone who will celebrate with you.  Class meets once a month.

Instructor - Debbie Antonoff, M.A. Jewish Education and Communal Service, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Having taught many classes to adults throughout the Atlanta area, Debbie returns to teach in her synagogue home at Kol Emeth. Debbie has served as a Facilitator of programs for interfaith couples and their families, and offered coaching sessions for interfaith couples, and is the creator of several courses which received national recognition by the Union for Reform Judaism.

Introduction to Judaism/Pathway to Conversion Classes are on Monday at 7:30 p.m  No charge.

Interested in learning about Judaism?  Feel like debating/discussing with others the mysteries of Judaism?  This class is designed for those who are interested in discussing the history, religiosity, ethics, etc of Judaism.  Whether you are considering a conversion or not, this class is for you!  This is Semester 1 of 3, however, anyone can enroll.  Even if you have not complete previous semesters you are welcome.  
 
Instructor– Rabbi Erin Boxt Rabbi Boxt attended the University of Georgia, graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in May 1999. After UGA, Rabbi Boxt lived and worked in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, Jerusalem, Baltimore, Phoenix, and Atlanta. Rabbi Boxt worked for Hillel and Enterprise Rent-A-Car before he realized one of his dreams and became a substitute and then permanent teacher in public and private schools in Atlanta. During his time in Atlanta, Rabbi Boxt taught in a local religious school program and developed a remarkable junior youth group program. Rabbi Boxt received his ordination from Hebrew Union College in June of 2012.

Torah, TV, Ethics and Me: The Power of Chesed Jewish Debates & Dilemmas Classes are on Tuesdays at 7:30 pm 

Facilitator--Dr. Sandy Andron served as principal of Kol Emeth;s religious school for five years. Prior to that hew was Education Director for 25 years at CAJE (Central Agency for Jewish Education) in Dade County Florida, before moving to Marietta to be with his daughter and her family.  He is the author of over 30 curricula, many of which he introduced to the TKE program.  Dr Andron served on the Atlanta Education Council and introduced a College Credit Program which he initiated while still in Florida.




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