Lifelong Learning 4-3-2-1 Survey
What are FOUR Jewish topics that you enjoyed studying previously, anytime in your life, or that you want to study more?
Prayer and services
Jewish food and culture
Holidays and rituals
Talmud and other rabbinic texts
Weekly Torah Portions
Jewish values and ethics
Building a Jewish home and family
Gender and Judaism
Other parts of the Hebrew Bible (i.e. Prophets and Writings)
Jewish legends and stories
What are THREE "real-life" issues you think should be discussed in a Jewish context?
Caring for relatives and friends
Science and technology
Current political issues
What are TWO stumbling blocks you feel to participating in learning opportunities?
I'm just too busy
I don't feel like I know enough to participate
I want something more rigorous or academic than what's been offered
I don't believe what's being taught
I can't commit to an ongoing series
I don't like text study
I'd rather learn with friends outside the synagogue building
I am not interested in the topics
I don't know the other people who might be there
What is ONE way you think lifelong learning could help our synagogue achieve its goal of "making sacred connections?"
It helps people feel closer to God.
It strengthens connections between individuals and Jewish tradition.
It creates bonds between people learning together.
It is a Jewish obligation (a mitzvah) to engage in lifelong learning.
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