20s & 30s: Jewish Adulting Summer Series
Tuesdays, June–August, 7:00–8:30 pm
In Person (Community House)
Have you found yourself asking big questions lately? Questions like: What is my purpose? How do I live a good life? How do I want to relate to my friends and family? Am I really living my values? Jewish Adulting is a learning community where we ask the biggest questions we face in our lives. If you're looking for an opportunity to make new friends, to engage with Judaism at an adult level, and to discover the enduring relevance of Judaism in our lives, you’ve found the right place.
Join Rabbi Dan Ross for this nine-session seminar-style series on Tuesday evenings beginning June 20 from 7:00 pm–8:30 pm at Central Synagogue's Community House. Each session will include a catered dinner. We also will have a Shabbat dinner together on Friday, July 14, at Central Synagogue.
- Early Bird Ticket (last day is June 1) - $120
- Central Synagogue Member Ticket - $120
- General Ticket - $180
Cost should never be a barrier to participation! If you need financial assistance, do not hesitate to reach out.
As presence is an essential part of forming a community, we ask that you make every effort to attend all sessions. All 20s & 30s are welcome, even if you've attended a Jewish Adulting or Jewish Adulting 2.0 in the past. Some topics may be repeated. Capacity is limited to 20 participants. More questions? Please email Rabbi Dan Ross. We look forward to learning with you!