Rabbi Alty's Adult Education Classes
4 Part Adult Education Classes
Wednesday, May 4 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Part 4 of 4 “The Hasidic Revolution:
How One Mystic Changed the Course of Judaism”
The Hebrew School classes typically meet on Mondays & Wednesdays.
For young students, Hebrew School is in the afternoon starting at 4:00 p.m. Adult students meet Thursday afternoons at mutually convenient times. Please call Chuck Lieberman at (828) 964-2030, if you would like more information or to join the Hebrew School.
Classes are taught by Chuck Lieberman, a past Board of Trustees president and long time member of our congregation.
A Personal Note From Chuck Lieberman
The TOHC Hebrew School in its present incarnation is my own creation. I am the Hebrew teacher. I love the Hebrew language; I have learned much while teaching, and I know considerably more than my students. I might add that I find teaching Hebrew very satisfying. All of this began when I taught my own son his Bar Mitzvah. Then Marina Chase asked if I could do her Bat Mitzvah and it continued from there.
We learn the Hebrew Alphabet first of all. I teach the common blessings. I teach the stories of the Torah, the morality and ethics of Judaism, the history of the Jews, Bible stories, translation and grammar of Hebrew, and finally I tutor students individually for bar and bat mizvot. Adults are always welcome. I also encourage parents to stay for the lessons as adults tend to elevate the pedagogical atmosphere.
Not every child has a religious inclination. But every child deserves a shot, a taste of the marvelous Jewish world that is out there and that I seek to convey to the best of my abilities.
Contact Chuck Lieberman (828) 964-2030 for All Classes
Hebrew School - Chuck Lieberman Leading Hebrew School
Hebrew lessons from beginner-level
to the deeper nuances of prayerbook Hebrew, are
available by appointment with our very experienced teacher.
ASU Center for Judaic, Holocaust & Peace Studies
*Free registration required for Zoom programs
ASU’s Center for Judaic, Holocaust, & Peace Studies will hold the
20th Annual Martinand Doris Rosen Summer Symposium
from July 23-28, 2022
The Symposium will focus on:
“Film and Photography During and After the Holocaust.”
The symposium will take place in the form of a hybrid event.
For More Information Visit: https://holocaust.appstate.edu/
Hillel & AEPi at ASU
Hillel & AEPi activities include holiday and Shabbat celebrations and services, parties, films, speakers,
and Israel-related activities.
Hillel at Appalachian State University is active in the United Campus Ministries Association of A.S.U. The Temple of the High Country, Hillel & AEPi maintain close ties.
Hillel as well as AEPi, the Jewish student men's fraternity, frequently work with ASU's Center for Judaic, Holocaust, and Peace Studies.
Hillel meets on Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., on the ASU campus, in the Watauga River Room of the Plemmons Student Union.