Close to Home or Far, Far Away – Keep Learning!

In Charlotte, Education, Faith, Home, Israel, Jewish Studies, Uncategorized by Amanda DeBrunLeave a Comment

I’m sure you have heard it before, in one way or another: be a lifelong learner. The reasons to do this are myriad: It keeps you young, It helps you navigate complex circumstances, It makes you a more interesting person, It ensures that you keep up with changing technology and communications, etc. I think the best reason is that it is just plain fun!

Luckily, there are some wonderful opportunities coming up for those who agree with me. Read on to find out how to get involved:

In Our Own Backyard:

We all know that Judaism is filled with words of wisdom for people from every walk of life. But, how often do we really slow down enough to appreciate how impactful that wisdom can be in our own lives? Beginning in January 2020, the Greenspon Center offers everyone an opportunity to do just that.

Rabbi Judy Schindler invites you to come out to the Selwyn Pub for study and socializing. Bring a friend, grab a glass of iced tea or wine, and enjoy learning more about Torah Wisdom and ways in which it can touch and lift our lives.

Register today at

Across the Globe:

If you want to travel a little further from home for a life-changing experience, registration has just opened for the Greenspon Center’s Interfaith Trip to Israel! Led by Rabbi Judy Schindler and Reverend Nancy Ellett-Allison, the group will visit cities such as Tel Aviv, Nazareth, Bethlehem, and Jerusalem. The itinerary also includes stops at significant historic and religious sites such as Mt. Tabor, Mt. Moriah, the Sea of Galilee and the Western Wall. Cost of the trip includes all hotel accommodations, some additional meals and services in Israel, and costs associated with group tours.

The group departs from Charlotte on Tuesday, May 12, 2020 and returns on Tuesday, May 19, 2020. Contact Talia Goldman for more information at Spaces are filling quickly, so reserve your spot soon!

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