Monthly Torah Study with Rabbi Dov Gartenberg

What is unique about our Torah study?  Everyone participates by looking at a different Jewish commentary from widely different perspectives to illuminate different ways of reading and understanding. We welcome both beginners and experienced students of Torah to join us for our unique “Jewish slow reading” which features energetic discussion and lot’s of Ah Ha moments.

RSVP to bring a dish for Shabbat lunch (vegetarian) and the text we will be reading in depth.  Rabbi Gartenberg is glad to meet with first timers to orient them on the topics and method we study these engaging texts.

There is no charge to the study and it is open to the community. Donations to Panim Hadashot are welcome.

For questions  contact Rabbi Dov directly at 206 739-9924 or dov @ panimhadashot.org.

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Shabbat Lunch and Torah Learn with Rabbi Dov Gartenberg

Enjoy Stimulating, Engaging, and Open Minded Shabbat Torah Study every month withg Panim Hadashot-New Faces

What is unique about our Torah study?  Everyone participates by looking at a different Jewish commentary from widely different perspectives ate to illuminate different ways of reading and understanding. We welcome both beginners and experienced students of Torah to join us for our unique “Jewish slow reading” which features energetic discussion and lot’s of Ah Ha moments.

RSVP to bring a dish for Shabbat lunch (vegetarian) and the text we will be reading in depth.  Rabbi Gartenberg is glad to meet with first timers to orient them on the topics and method we study these engaging texts.

There is no charge to the study and it is open to the community.

For questions  contact Rabbi Dov directly at 206 739-9924 or dov @ panimhadashot.org.

 

 

 

Torah Study with Rabbi Dov Gartenberg

An opportunity for in depth Torah study with a master teacher.

  • 2018 Schedule: 2nd and 4th Shabbat afternoon of the month from 1:00 to 2:30
  • Dates through February 2018: 1/13, 1/27, 2/10, 2/24.
  • Location: at Panim Hadashot-New Faces Gathering place in the Greenwood Neighborhood in North Seattle. 115 N. 85th St. Suite 202, Seattle 98103.
  • Free. Open to the Public.  Newcomers welcome.  Light Refreshment Served.
  • RSVP: Please RSVP by sending an email to info@panimhadashot.org by the Friday before.

Open Torah Study explores the weekly Torah portion via traditional Jewish and modern commentaries aimed to engage the heart, challenge the mind, and stimulate the imagination.

Our explorations start from a love of Torah, but are also informed by a modern understanding about how the Torah has evolved and is historically conditioned.    Both beginners and experienced students of the Torah will enjoy these sessions.  Please bring a Humash (5 Books of the Pentateuch) if you have one. If it is your first time, feel free to contact Rabbi Gartenberg at dov@panimhadashot.org

Open Torah Study with Rabbi Dov Gartenberg

Enjoy stimulating Torah study with Rabbi Dov Gartenberg

  • 2018 Schedule: 2nd and 4th Shabbat afternoon of the month from 1:00 to 2:30
  • Dates through February 2018: 1/13, 1/27, 2/10, 2/24.
  • Location: at Panim Hadashot-New Faces Gathering place in the Greenwood Neighborhood in North Seattle. 115 N. 85th St. Suite 202, Seattle 98103.  
  • Free. Open to the Public.  Newcomers welcome.  Light Refreshment Served. 
  • RSVP: Please RSVP by sending an email to info@panimhadashot.org by the Friday before.

Open Torah Study explores the weekly Torah portion via traditional Jewish and modern commentaries aimed to engage the heart, challenge the mind, and stimulate the imagination.  The sessions are led by Rabbi Dov Gartenberg.

Our explorations start from a love of Torah, but are also informed by a modern understanding about how the Torah has evolved and is historically conditioned.    Both beginners and experienced students of the Torah will enjoy these sessions.  Please bring a Humash (5 Books of the Pentateuch) if you have one. If it is your first time, feel free to contact Rabbi Gartenberg at dov@panimhadashot.org

 

 

 

 

Capital Hill Shabbat Torah Study for the Heart and Mind

Torah Study for the Heart and Mind

Portion: Hayei Sara Genesis 23:1-25:18

The TSHM circle  explores the weekly Torah portion via traditional Jewish and modern commentaries aimed to engage the heart, challenge the mind, and stimulate the imagination.  TSHM is led by Rabbi Dov Gartenberg.   Our question, “How do the 5 Books of Moses yield insights that illumine our lives and times?”

Our explorations start from a love of Torah, but are also informed by a modern understanding about how the Torah has evolved and is historically conditioned.    Both beginners and experienced students of the Torah will enjoy these sessions.  Please bring a Humash (5 Books of the Pentateuch) if you have one.

We resume meeting on 11/4. We meet the first and third Shabbat afternoons of the month.  There is no charge.

Please let us know you are coming by sending an email with topic heading Hayei Sara to info@panimhadashot by Friday, Nov 3, 2017.

 

Alternative Erev Simchat Torah Celebration: A Seder to Honor the Torah

A Unique and Engaging Approach to Simchat Torah focused around a festival seder and engaging conversation about the meaning of Torah in our lives.

Join me for a Unique Seder Simchat Torah in which we celebrate and explore the meaning of Torah in our lives.  Join us for a festival dairy potluck meal at which we discuss the questions of

  • What is Torah?
  • How do we understand Torah in the 21st century?
  • What key Torah ideas present challenges to us?
  • How do we renew Torah in our complex lives?

This will be a stimulating intellectual evening, a different way to give honor to the Torah.

CLICK HERE to select a dish for the meal.

Torah Study for the Heart and Mind:   TSHM

Our question, “How does this ancient Hebrew text yield insights that illumine our lives and times?” Our explorations start from a love of Torah, but are also informed by a modern understanding about how the Torah has evolved and is historically conditioned. 

The TSHM circle  explores the weekly Torah portion via traditional and modern commentaries aimed to engage the heart, challenge the mind, and stimulate the imagination.  TSHM is led by Rabbi Dov Gartenberg.   Our question, “How do the 5 Books of Moses yield insights that illumine our lives and times?”  Our explorations start from a love of Torah, but are also informed by a modern understanding about how the Torah has evolved and is historically conditioned.    Both beginners and experienced students of the Torah will enjoy these sessions.  Please bring a Humash (5 Books of the Pentateuch) if you have one.

The TSHM circle welcomes new faces.  Upcoming dates are below.  TSHM is free.  Please drop me a note that you are coming at dov@panimhadashot.org or text me at 207 257-1996.

Park on 32nd St, West of Lake City Way. Enter gate and to entrance on your right. Dial S112 and you will get my personal phone or dial 206 739-9924. I will let you in. Rabbi Dov

Sept 2 Ki Tavo

Future Dates:  New meeting location:  Home of Anna Boiko-Weyrauch on Capital Hill.  To RSVP and to obtain her address, write to Rabbi Dov at dov@panimhadashot and specify the date you plan to attend.

  • Sept 16 Haazinu, Shabbat Shuvah
  • Oct 7 Bereishit
  • Oct 21 Lech Lecha
  • Nov 4 Chayei Sarah
  • Nov 18 Vayetze
  • Dec 2 Vayeshev
  • Dec 17 Vayigash – you mean the 16th.

 

Torah Study for the Heart and Mind:   TSHM

Our question, “How does this ancient Hebrew text yield insights that illumine our lives and times?” Our explorations start from a love of Torah, but are also informed by a modern understanding about how the Torah has evolved and is historically conditioned. 

The TSHM circle  explores the weekly Torah portion via traditional and modern commentaries aimed to engage the heart, challenge the mind, and stimulate the imagination.  TSHM is led by Rabbi Dov Gartenberg.   Our question, “How do the 5 Books of Moses yield insights that illumine our lives and times?”  Our explorations start from a love of Torah, but are also informed by a modern understanding about how the Torah has evolved and is historically conditioned.    Both beginners and experienced students of the Torah will enjoy these sessions.  Please bring a Humash (5 Books of the Pentateuch) if you have one.

The TSHM circle welcomes new faces.  Upcoming dates are below.  TSHM is free.  Please drop me a note that you are coming at dov@panimhadashot.org or text me at 207 257-1996.

Park on 32nd St, West of Lake City Way. Enter gate and to entrance on your right. Dial S112 and you will get my personal phone or dial 206 739-9924. I will let you in. Do

August 19 Shoftim

Sept 2 Ki Tavo

 

Torah Study for the Heart and Mind:   TSHM

Our question, “How does this ancient Hebrew text yield insights that illumine our lives and times.

The TSHM circle  explores the weekly Torah portion via traditional and modern commentaries aimed to engage the heart, challenge the mind, and stimulate the imagination.  TSHM is led by Rabbi Dov Gartenberg.   Our question, “How do the 5 Books of Moses yield insights that illumine our lives and times?”  Our explorations start from a love of Torah, but are also informed by a modern understanding about how the Torah has evolved and is historically conditioned.    Both beginners and experienced students of the Torah will enjoy these sessions.  Please bring a Humash (5 Books of the Pentateuch) if you have one.

The TSHM circle welcomes new faces.  Upcoming dates are below.  TSHM is free.  Please drop me a note that you are coming at dov@panimhadashot.org or text me at 207 257-1996.

Park on 32nd St, West of Lake City Way. Enter gate and to entrance on your right. Dial S112 and you will get my personal phone or dial 206 739-9924. I will let you in. Dov

August 5 Ekev

August 19 Shoftim

Sept 2 Ki Tavo

Torah Study for the Heart and Mind:   TSHM

Our question, “How does this ancient Hebrew text yield insights that illumine our

Torah Study for the Heart and Mind:   TSHM

When: 3-4:30pm, twice a month (see dates below)

Where: Community Room at Array Apartments at the home of Rabbi Dov Gartenberg at 14027 Lake City Way NE, Seattle 98125 in North Seattle.

The TSHM circle explores the weekly Torah portion via traditional and modern commentaries aimed to engage the heart and the mind. The TSHM is led by Rabbi Dov Gartenberg and is under the rubric of Panim Hadashot-New Faces www.panimhadashot.org. Our question, “How does this ancient Hebrew text yield insights that illumine our lives and times?” Our explorations start from a love of Torah, but are also informed by a modern understanding about how the Torah has evolved and is historically conditioned.     Both beginners and experienced students of the Torah will enjoy these sessions.  Please bring a Humash (5 Books of the Pentateuch) if you have one.

The TSHM circle welcomes new faces. The TSHM circle will meet twice a month. Summer dates are listed below. During the summer we will meet in the community room at Rabbi Gartenberg’s apartment complex at 14027 Lake City Way NE, Seattle 98125 in North Seattle. TSHM is free, but tax deductible donations to Panim Hadashot-New Faces are welcome. For more information contact info@panimhadashot.org or 206 257-1990. Please RSVP via these contacts so Rabbi Gartenberg will know you are planning to attend.

Upcoming Summer dates and portions (Note that since we meet on Shabbat afternoon, we study the upcoming portion)

July 8 Pinchas

July 22 Devarim/Chazon

August 5 Ekev

August 19 Shoftim

Sept 2 Ki Tavo