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Adult Hebrew and Yiddish

Adult Hebrew and Yiddish



Professional Hebrew instructor Aza Hadas offers intimate, fun lessons in a supportive group environment. Whether you're just beginning to understand Temple prayers, refreshing your memory of this beloved language, or seeking to strengthen your everyday fluency, our Hebrew classes are a great place to start. In addition to meeting others who are passionate about Hebrew, you'll learn the meaning and melody of familiar and lesser-known prayers as we read along in Prayerbook Hebrew the Easy Way

Please contact Aza Hadas with any questions about our Hebrew classes.

Class Dates: October 23, 30; November 6, 13, 20; December 4, 11; January 8, 22, 29; February 5, 12, 26; March 5, 19, 26; April 2, 16, 23, 30; May 7, 14

Cost: $225 members / $275 non-members (books and materials included)

Registration: In order to provide this class, we require a minimum of 6 registrants. To register, click on "Members Login" at the top of this page. Enter your name and password, go to "Event Signup", and select "Adult Hebrew." Contact Victoria Guy for assistance.

Beginning Prayerbook Hebrew 
Sundays / October 23 - May 14 / 11:10 AM - 12:15 PM

Designed for those with little or no previous exposure to Hebrew, this introductory course focuses on developing the foundation for reading comprehension and basic Hebrew vocabulary.


Intermediate Prayerbook Hebrew 
Sundays / October 23 - May 14 / 9:00 - 10:00 AM

This course is designed for anyone who can read basic Hebrew. We will continue to develop reading comprehension and basic Hebrew vocabulary, while practicing reading and singing along for Shabbat services.


Adult B'nai Mitzvah Hebrew
Sundays / October 23 - May 14 / 10:00 - 11:00 AM

Cost of this class is included in the fees for our Adult B'nai Mitzvah program. Please see our Torah Study page for further details.




Yiddish classes for beginners and intermediate students will be on hold at Temple Beth Am until Fall 2017. Informal weekly gatherings for advanced Yiddish students are continuing through the remainder of 2016. For more information on Yiddish at Temple Beth Am, contact Wendy Marcus.

Yiddish resources and programming at Temple Beth Am is made possible in part by grant funding from the Alfred and Tillie Shemanski Trust Fund and support from the Bernard and Reva Broder Fund for Yiddish Culture.


See our members putting their Yiddish to the test with Wendy Marcus on YouTube:

A Mol iz Geven

Der Alter Mendel Hot A Farm
Patshe Kikhelekh
Oy Meyn Kepele