EDCJCC CHEVRUTAH STUDY: SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND JEWISH TRADITION WITH PROJECT ZUG
WHAT: Learning with a partner, or a chevrutah (in Hebrew) is a Jewish tradition spanning back to the times of the rabbinic scholars in the 1st century CE. It was highly encouraged that one learn Torah with a chevruta or peer, not only with a teacher. By debating and discussing text together, chevruta pairs can gain new understanding of the text that neither person could have achieved on their own.
The EDCJCC’s Center for Social Responsibility and our Center for Jewish Living and Learning are organizing a special 10-week session of chevrutah study through Project Zug that will focus entirely on social justice and social responsibility and what our Jewish tradition says about them, both ancient and modern.
Come with a partner or get matched with someone in our community to learn together. You and your study partner will gain access to a curated 10-week learning session you will engage in together through Project Zug, an online learning platform. You will choose your own weekly meeting time and format (we’ll provide some guidance and suggestions if you are new to this!)
WHEN: We are kicking off this round of chevrutah study on Thursday, February 17 with an online meeting for everyone who signs up for this session. We will get to know each other and go over the format of the 10-week learning session before sending you off with your study partners.
REGISTRATION: Sign up now to get matched with your perfect study partner to begin your learning journey! We request a $10 administrative program fee for this program.
QUESTIONS? Contact Amanda at firstname.lastname@example.org.