with Rabbi Beth Naditch

Women's Voices, Women's Wisdom

Women's lunchtime learning at Mayyim Hayyim

First Session - October 18 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm

How does our wisdom as modern women influence our understanding of traditional texts -- from familiar liturgy to obscure midrash? This once-a-month lunchtime discussion group addresses the intersection of women, women's issues, women's perspectives, and our sacred texts.

Course fee: $180

Wednesdays 12:00pm-1:30pm
10/18, 11/1, 12/13, 1/3, 2/7, 3/7, 4/11, 5/2

Course Requirements: No Hebrew required. A Bible should be brought to class.

For more information, call Leeza Negelev at 617-244-1836 x203 or email leezan@mayyimhayyim.org.

Rabbi Beth Naditch

Rabbi Beth Naditch was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1999 and earned a Masters Degree in Jewish Education from J.T.S. that same year. Rabbi Naditch is a member of the faculty of the DeLeT/MAT program at the Mandel Center for Jewish Education at Brandeis University, where she teaches Jewish texts and educational theory to future day school teachers.

In addition to her work with DeLeT, Rabbi Naditch is a certified chaplain. She developed pastoral volunteer training programs for Hebrew Senior Life and Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley, in which she teaches the art and skills of pastoral care. Rabbi Naditch teaches adults at several Boston area synagogues and institutions, and is on the faculty of Ikkarim and the Congregational Education Initiative. She recently co-edited Halleli Nafshi, a siddur for elementary aged children.

Rabbi Naditch’s specialties are in the teaching of Torah and spiritual development. When not teaching, learning, or editing, she indulges in her passions of singing, cooking, and mothering. Rabbi Naditch, her husband, and their three young sons live in Newton.

If you experience technical difficulties with our registration form, please contact Lori Kramer, at 617-244-1836 x202, and she will be happy to process your order.