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      Taste of Ayeka at Temple Beth Hillel in South Windsor


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      March 1, 2020

      Sunday  10:00 AM

      20 Baker Lane
      South Windsor, Connecticut 06074

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      Taste of Ayeka at Temple Beth Hillel

      Join us Sunday March 1, 10-11:30am at Temple Beth Hillel for “A Taste of Ayeka”
      Ayeka, an innovative program of adult education for the soul, provides a safe venue for Jews of all backgrounds and affiliations to discover, explore and deepen your own unique relationship with Gd. The innovative learning method engages the mind, heart and body through the learning of Jewish texts, honest conversation, and experimental exercises. The goal is to enable adults connect deeply with and to be transformed by what they learn. The stand -alone session will introduce Ayeka learning, Come get a taste. Temple Beth Hillel is a reform synagogue located at 20 Baker Lane South Windsor CT. All are welcome. for more information go to tbhsw.org. There is no admission for this program.

      Edna has decades of experience teaching adults, teens and children in a variety of formal and informal Jewish educational settings. Edna was the Director of the Lisa Brill Institute for Jewish Learning at the Marcus JCC of Atlanta from 2003-2009, where she also taught extensively through the Florence Melton Mini-School. Edna has worked as a camp educator and mentor to counselors for 15 years at three different Jewish summer camps (URJ Camp Coleman, MJCCA Camp Barney Medintz, and Camp Ramah of Wisconsin). One of the earliest trained facilitators for Ayeka programs, Edna has brought Ayeka to adults through JCCs and to teens through formal courses in both day school and camp settings. Edna earned her Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of California at Irvine in 1998. She and her family have lived in Kansas City, Atlanta, Jerusalem, and South Florida. Edna recently arrived in Connecticut where her husband, Jacob Schreiber, heads the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford.

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