Lifelong Learning

Limmud - PSC Learning Opportunities

Midrasha is a cohort of women interested in learning more about their Judaism, the power women have in our culture and religion, and some of the “hot topics” in our world today. If you are interested in being part of this cohort, email Rabbi Schatz at We meet every 3 weeks, hosted in a woman’s home and learn a different topic each time! We hope you will come to learn with us!

Kol Banot is a PSC and Wornick Jewish Day School sponsored program for girls entering their Bat Mitzvah year, and their mothers. Rabbi Schatz facilitates this program through monthly meetings and topics that make our girls and mothers work together to think through this transition of becoming Bat Mitzvah. We do art projects, cooking activities, chavruta text learning, conversations, familial research and much more. If you have any questions or interest in a group like Kol Banot, please email Rabbi Schatz at

Adult Kesher Learning is from 9:30-10:00 am each Kesher Shabbat. We hope you will join us for text learning surrounding the weekly Torah portion on the following dates: February 3, March 3, April 21. If you have any questions please email Rabbi Schatz at

Revealing the Torah One Verse at a Time
Fridays at 9:15 am - 10:15 am
Instructor: Rabbi Corey Helfand

A study of the weekly Torah portion, going line by line, verse by verse through the entire Torah (5 Books of Moses). We'll explore the intricacies of the Torah by looking at the Hebrew language, themes, authorship, and more. This is a great way to learn our tradition in a deep and meaningful way. All texts available in Hebrew and English. Open to all. No prior experience required. Join us for a beautiful way of accessing our sacred tradition.

Who Wrote the Bible
Thursdays from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

The Hebrew Bible is the foundational text of Judaism and Christianity. The question remains, however, who wrote it and why was it written? How does the authorship of the text inform the way we adhere to its teachings? The Hebrew Bible, and in particular, the Torah (Pentateuch) contains a rich diversity or sources that teach us a lot about ideology, literary expression, social and political circumstances, and theology (our relationship with the Divine). Over the course of our studies, we will look at select passages from the Torah and Hebrew Bible in Hebrew and English, explore parallel texts from other ancient Near Eastern religions/cultures, and wrestle with what our personal and communal relationship with this sacred text. You can view the these classes online here.

Learn with Cantor Doron

Welcome to a series of three classes for adults! All are held on Tuesday evenings from 7:30 - 9:00 pm (immediately following Tuesday evening minyan, so join us at 7:15 pm if you'd like). We hope you'll join us for one, two, or all three of them. All are free to PSC members and the community-at-large, and all materials are included! For now — if you're not a Hebrew reader, we guarantee you will be reading after the first five sessions!

  • Hebrew Reading For Beginners (5 sessions during November, December 2016, January 2017)
  • Siddur Skills (Basics of Shabbat Prayerbook) (8 sessions during March, April, May, June 2017)
  • Torah Trope (Cantillation Skills) (5 sessions during January, February, March 2017)

To enroll or for any questions, please write Cantor Doron at:

Adult Bar/Bat Mitzvah Class

Who: Are you an adult over the age of 13? Are you someone who never had a bar/bat mitzvah and would like to?

What: Join Rabbi Corey Helfand in a transformative experience to have your adult bar/bat mitzvah

How? Please email with questions or to express interest. 

Peninsula Sinai Congregation is committed to providing a range of adult Jewish learning for the entire community. Classes and programs are open to all and take place at PSC. Our programs are free and subsidized by PSC. If you’d like to help plan adult educational programming at PSC, please contact Rabbi Corey Helfand at