Intro. to Judaism

Civil Rights Journey 2020 – Info Session

If you have any questions, please reach out to jmarkiz@bethshalompgh.org

Scholar in Residence with Dr. Deborah & Rabbi Jeffrey Schein

Clues & Schmooze 2020

Derekh Speaker Series 2020: Julie Orringer

This series of talks by four authors from across the country is made available through the Jewish Book Council and funded by Seth Glick and Carolyn Slayton. Julie Orringer, The Flight Portfolio – February 16, 10:00 a.m. “Bighearted, gorgeous, historical, suspenseful, everything you want a novel to be” (—Andrew Sean Greer, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Less), Read More…

Lunch and Learn in Downtown

February 11th is in Downtown Egalitarianism has become part of the core of the Conservative Movement, but where did it come from? This year, we will be exploring Jewish legal basis of egalitarianism through responsa literature and halakhic sources. February 11th is downtown at Metz Lewis Brodman Must O’Keefe LLC 535 Smithfield Street, Suite 800 Read More…

Lunch and Learn at Beth Shalom

February 18th is at Congregation Beth Shalom Egalitarianism has become part of the core of the Conservative Movement, but where did it come from? This year, we will be exploring Jewish legal basis of egalitarianism through responsa literature and halakhic sources. Please register at the link to order lunch! If you have any questions, please Read More…

Beth Shalom Speaker Series 5779

A series of talks by four authors from across the country made available through the Jewish Book Council. Jonathan Weisman, (((Semitism))): Being Jewish in America in the Age of Trump – Wednesday, May 15th For more information on the Beth Shalom Speaker Series, see the link below! http://bethshalompgh.org/speakerseries/