Imagine a place where…
People wrestle passionately with Jewish texts,
Connect with the essence of Jewish tradition,
And enrich our lives.
If this sounds interesting to you, join us at KULAM.
Kulam (meaning “everyone”) is an experiment in building community through serious Jewish learning. We are building a place where Pittsburghers can come together to learn Jewish texts through chevruta (partnered) study and demonstrate the importance, relevance, and excitement of different types of Jews wrestling with the difficult issues fundamental to Jewish life and tradition.
Want to learn more?
Come to our first class!
Kick Off: Scholar Onsite Class #1 (with chavruta learning), January 11, 2017.
Tentative topic: Self-Defense & Stand Your Ground
Led by this year’s Kulam Scholar: Rabbi William Friedman
Sessions are being generously hosted by the JCC, Squirrel Hill, 5738 Forbes Avenue, Room 202.
Sessions will run from 7:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.
More information about the full program will be posted soon.
Kulam is a partnership between members of the Pittsburgh Jewish community and the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies. It has been launched with the generous support of independent donors, The SteelTree Fund of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh’s Jewish Community Foundation, the JCC of Greater Pittsburgh, and the Jewish Life and Learning Department of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh.