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Adult Education Registration 2022

B'nai Zion Adult Education Registration Form
- Learn more about Judaism, whether you have lived Jewishly all your life, want to be Jewish, or are just curious.
- Learn about Jewish languages. (Did you know that Rabbi Jana has a Doctoral Degree in Linguistics with a specialization in Jewish Dialectology?)
- Learn to read Hebrew.

WHO:
Everyone is welcome to attend. The classes will be geared toward adults, but teens can certainly join. Contact Rabbi Jana if younger students would like to attend.

WHEN:
Winter Session
begins January 12 and 13 and will continue through the end of February.

Days and Times: Classes will be Wednesdays and Thursdays. Some classes have both daytime and evening options. If you enroll in a course, you are welcome to attend either or both time options for that course, without paying for the additional class time.

FEES:

Tuition is $18 per course for B'nai Zion members or conversion students; $36 for non-members. Scholarships are available (If you are requesting a scholarship or payment plan, contact Rabbi Jana, who will have to submit the registration for you). Materials will be provided for most classes. Understanding Judaism has a text book that you should obtain (see the course information for details). 

WHERE: 
All classes will be available on Zoom.
- Watch for details about when/if in-person option becomes available. We are currently ONLY offering Zoom classes, due to the high COVID rate in Shreveport. 

WHAT: 


-Hebrew From Day One: Learn to read all of the Hebrew letters and Vowels by examining the First Day of Creation in Genesis and the Decalogue from Exodus.
Texts and learning materials are provided online.

Two options: mid-day or evening (take one or both - only one tuition):
Wednesdays 11am-12pm 
Thursdays 6pm-7pm 

-Understanding Judaism: Covering these topics: Shabbat, Holy Days & Holidays, Life Cycle, Jewish Home, Death & Mourning, God / Prayer / Midrash, Jewish Community, and more. This course is required for anyone wanting to convert to Judaism, but is a wonderful way to deepen your knowledge even if you were raised Jewish.

Text: "Every Person's Guide to Judaism" (Stephen J. Einstein & Lydia Kukoff), 1989 UAHC Press. (It can be obtained from used book outlets. Contact me if you have problems obtaining the book.)
Two options mid-day or evening (take one or both - only one tuition):
Wednesdays 12pm-1pm
Thursdays 7pm-8pm

-Jewish Way with Words: Learn about Jewish languages. Learn vocabulary and phrases in Jewish languages including: Modern Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino, Jewish-Italian, and more.

Materials will be provided.
Wednesdays 6pm-7pm
Contact Information
Please indicate what type of phone number in the next field:
To write in English - use your English keyboard.
To write in Hebrew - click on the Hebrew keyboard.

About You

Course Selection & Tuition
One student can register for any/all classes on this form.
To register additional students, use additional forms.
Payment will be made for each student's registration.

If you are signing up for Hebrew or Understanding Judaism, choose one slot as your primary.
You are welcome to attend the other time for no extra cost.
CHOOSE AS MANY CLASSES AS YOU WANT
Tuition Amount shown is for current MEMBERS of B'nai Zion or anyone Studying to Be Jewish with Rabbi Jana.
MEMBERS: PLEASE LOG-IN TO YOUR ACCOUNT BEFORE SUBMITTING REGISTRATION
CHOOSE AS MANY CLASSES AS YOU WANT
Tuition Amount shown is for NON-MEMBERS of B'nai Zion Congregation
OPTIONAL
DONATE TO ADULT EDUCATION
Tuition and fees are kept low to allow anyone to take the classes. If you would like to make a donation to the Adult Education Fund, indicate the amount here, and it will be included when you click "Register" below, and are taken to the next page for payment.
Use this space for any comments or questions about any of the classes - or other classes you would like to see taught.
If you are requesting a scholarship, need to make alternate payment plans, or having difficulties with submitting this online form or paying, CLICK HERE to submit the form via email. We can help submit the registration for you.
Sat, January 22 2022 20 Sh'vat 5782