Simchat Torah Service
Wednesday, October 15 @ 7pm
Join your KKBE Family as we sing and dance with the Torah! We’ll unroll an entire Torah Scroll, noting the most special and inspiring passages.
“How to Be a Mensch (aka How to Be a Man)”
Thursday, October 23 @ 7 pm
Instructor: Rabbi Andrew Terkel
In its most literal meaning a “mensch” is just a man, but in Judaism being a mensch doesn’t necessarily come naturally. Learn what Judaism has to say about what a man should be, how he should act, and what it takes to be a good man. Open to everyone!
Intro to Judaism
Thursdays, October 23 — December 18 from 8 pm
An engaging overview of Jewish belief, tradition and practice for those interested in pursuing conversion to Judaism, interfaith couples, and anyone looking for a comprehensive survey of Jewish living.
Registration fee - $50 (does not include books)
Contact the KKBE Office at 843-723-1090 to register.
(Note: This is a 16 week course, a second 8 week section will be offered in the Spring.)
“Wandering in the Wilderness: Why Adolescence is So Difficult”
Thursday, October 30 @ 7 pm
Instructor: Rabbi Stephanie Alexander
One way to read the biblical account of the Israelite’s’ wandering in the desert is as a tale of developmental transition, the quintessential story of adolescence. Examining their experiences not only helps us better understand the experience of contemporary adolescents, but also gives us insight as to what needed in order to sustain people in this part of their life journey.
For more information on all of these programs and more, visit www.kkbe.org.
In the picture:
Jan & Larry Lipov and Susan Pearlstine prepare to march the KKBE Torahs to Memminger Auditorium for the Rosh Hashanah morning service.