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  • Bible Study Center

    Bible Study Center

    The Bible Study Center provides an opportunity to delve deeply into the text of the Bible with a local Judaic scholar. For 2015-2016, the focus of the class will be The Book of Exodus. The Bible Study Center is held on Sunday mornings from September through June.

  • Community Events

    Community Events

    The Foundation for Jewish Studies offers special lectures, classes, concerts, and events featuring outstanding scholars, professionals, and artists. We hope you will join us for these exciting cultural and educational offerings.

  • Haberman Distinguished Scholar Series

    Haberman Distinguished Scholar Series

    The Rabbi Joshua O. Haberman Distinguished Scholar Series brings scholars of international reputation to the greater Washington DC community to lecture on a variety of subjects of Jewish interest. Past speakers have included Professor James Kugel speaking about how to read the Bible; Professor Arthur Green on Mysticism; Professor David Ruderman on false Messiahs; Dr. Michael Walzer on War and the Jewish Tradition; Herschel Shanks on the Dead Sea Scrolls; and many other speakers of similar expertise. Lectures are generally held on weekday evenings and, unless otherwise noted, there is no charge for these events.

  • Jewish Learning on Wheels

    Jewish Learning on Wheels

    Travel/study opportunities include centers of Jewish learning and interest, with options ranging from local day trips to cruises to international travel. These trips offer a unique opportunity for in-depth study with recognized scholars while exploring exciting travel destinations.


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