There’s so much to learn and so little time. We get it! That’s why we created JQ. A one hour a week Jewish learning opportunity that will dramatically increase your JQ.
Dealing with everything from Jewish insights into real life challenges to what we believe and why, and so much more, JQ has something for everyone. And each week is a stand alone session, so come as often as you like.
The format isn’t classroomy and preachy, it’s easy and warm – but powerful! It’s very interactive and led by Doni & Esti Deutsch, JQ is guaranteed to help you become a more informed and inspired Jew.
Oh, and did we mention the sushi, wine and refreshments? And that JQ is free of charge? And super conveniently located?
JQ is open to both men and women and begins at 7:30 pm. Please take a look at the upcoming schedule below.
Questions? Email us. To register free of charge, please use the link below.
NOVEMBER’S THEME: LIFE’S CHALLENGES … JUDAISM’S ANSWERS
NOV 7 – 7:30 pm: “I’M SO ANGRY I COULD …”
Somehow life has a way of not always matching our expectations. When that happens we often react with anger – whether subtle and beneath the surface, or in much more obvious ways – which can be damaging to ourselves and others. L:earn tools to help you deal with this natural emotion in a positive way, and discover how to use anger itself as a tool for increased self awareness.
NOV 14 – 7:30 pm: THE SOUL AND THE AFTERLIFE
Explore some of Judaism’s most important – and often misunderstood – beliefs. We’ll talk about life and death … about this world and the world to come … about G-d and man … about the Messiah … and more. Don’t miss this important discussion. It’ll make a huge difference in your life in the here and now.
NOV 21 – 7:30 pm: Thanksgivng – No Session
NOV 28 – 7:30 pm: The Secret Message of the Chanukah Flame
Discover deep insights into this powerful time for us. Explore the lessons of the Holiday and how they can make a great difference in our lives all year round. Understand how light is created in the midst of darkness and how you can be more of a light yourself.
Together we can make this Chanukah even more meaningful for ourselves and for the people we love.