Irving and Sylvia Rosenwald School for Adult Learning

See a video interview with Kasim Hafeez, British born Muslim, who spoke recently at Temple Judea about his personal journey from being a hater of Israel to becoming a Zionist and active friend of Israel.

The Temple Judea Adult Education Committee is dedicated to deepening the congregation’s understanding of Jewish practices and rituals, history, current events, and other subjects related to Judaism. Our programs explore a wide variety of topics, and include regular Saturday morning Torah study (every Saturday morning at 9:00 am) and our Sunday morning brunch series with distinguished guest speakers. Attendees at all levels of knowledge and interest may enjoy and benefit from our offerings. Any Temple member interested in participating in the planning of our programs is welcome to become part of the committee. All programs are free and open to the public.

What a great year for the Irving and Sylvia Rosenwald School for Adult Learning!

First Learn and then form Opinions -  Jewish Proverb

The Adult Ed Committee is working on an outstanding line-up for the coming year’s program of five Sunday morning sessions of Speakers and Bagels, offering you both food and food for thought.

All Sunday morning programs begin at 10:00 am. Programs are free and open to the public.
Donations are requested for Sunday morning breakfast.

Check back for details.

Temple Judea recently hosted Kasim Hafeez, Outreach Coordinator for Christians United for Israel. Kasim, a British born Muslim, went from being a hater to a defender of Israel. His talk "Hate to Hope: the day I stopped hating Israel" kept the audience of both Jews and non-Jews spellbound. Watch the video with an interview with Kasim Hafeez and highlights from his talk.

"Kasim Hafeez: Hate to Hope" from Henry Nevison on Vimeo.

Temple Judea of Bucks County
38 Rogers Road
PO Box 109
Furlong, PA 18925


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