Main Line Reform Temple is an inclusive learning community, committed to the shared practice of lifelong Jewish study that is nourishing to the mind, heart, and soul. Our goal is not only to gain Jewish knowledge, but to understand how Judaism can help us live better, more joyful, and purposeful lives.
Our vibrant and active program of Lifelong Learning responds to the diverse and changing interests of our members. One thing remains constant: a high standard of education that translates into interesting and engaging conversation and a deep understanding of our culture and our people.
Main Line Reform Temple offers classes for all ages and schedules, casual learning opportunities, and social gatherings for adults designed to bring Jewish values, culture, rituals, and texts into our everyday lives. We expand our social and cultural horizons with visiting Jewish scholars, professors, Jewish authors, political pundits, artists, journalists, rabbis, and more.
Main Line Reform Temple’s learning opportunities are designed to build relationships, helping us connect more deeply with our history, with the traditions of the Jewish people, and with one another. Learning at Main Line Reform Temple is structured as a journey that is both accessible and challenging, inviting those at every level to progress and grow in their Jewish knowledge and practice.
LUNCH & LEARN
WITH RABBI STRAUS
Take a break for lunch while Rabbi Straus serves up interesting conversation.
Click here to join us on Zoom.
NOSH & DRASH
WITH RABBI NEWBURGE
Start your Shabbat with learning and Rabbi Newburge!
CONVERSATIONS … ON CURRENT EVENTS:
JOIN THE DISCUSSION, an honest dialogue on the critical issues of the day. We ask participants to come prepared for an open and honest exchange of views—political correctness is not required, but respectful dialogue is. Please email Gordon Fink or David Edman so that background materials may be sent to you in advance.
Short Story Discussion Group
“Kafka in Bronteland” by
Thursday, July 22 | 12:00 pm
In this strange, haunting story, a woman lives in the same English moors that inspired Emily Bronte,
author of Wuthering Heights.
Download Kafka in Bronteland here
Main Line Reform Temple is a member of the Jewish Book Council. This marvelous organization makes it possible for us to bring in Jewish writers to highlight their wonderful new books. We hope you will be able to meet and greet these diverse and interesting authors who have written about the many facets of our rich Jewish life.