Me’ah (hebrew of 100) is a two-year, 100-hour, intensive adult Jewish learning program of Hebrew College and CJP’s Commission on Jewish Learning. Whether or not you have had a formal Jewish education, Me’ah will answer questions that you have as a mature adult.
You’ll Study and Discuss:
- The Hebrew Bible in its original ancient Near Eastern context
- The development of civil and religious laws by Jewish sages during the Talmudic period
- The contributions of Jews living under Islamic and Christian rule during medieval times
- Jewish approaches to the challenges of modernity
We are currently in our second year of our Me’ah class that began in Fall 2018.
Pay your the Fall 2019 registration fee Online.
If you would like to be part of our next Me’ah class at Temple Emanuel or would like more information about Me’ah please visit the Hebrew College Me’ah website or contact Terri Swartz Russell at 617-558-8105.