It’s a workout. For your brain.
The Jewish Literacy Project is a platform for the study of Jewish writings, traditions, history, and culture through an approach that is intellectually challenging and existentially engaging.
JLP is a unique learning program where participants lend their individual perspective and insight to analyze, probe and debate Jewish texts. The program promotes Jewish learning through enlightened and entertaining discussion groups in a no-pressure, non-judgmental atmosphere.
Delve into tradition and grapple with life’s most important issues in a stimulating, thought provoking environment regardless of your background.
Each session is structured as follows:
6:45 PM Dinner
7:15 PM Small Group Discussion and Text Analysis
7:75 PM Guest Lecturer / Topic wrap-up
8:30 PM Q&A with Guest Lecturer
We meet semi-monthly, on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month.
The sessions are held in the heart of Midtown East, at the ROOTS headquarters
165 East 56th Street*
(between Lexington Ave and 3rd Ave)
New York, NY 10022
*ID required to enter the building*
Fee: A suggested donation of $10 per session.
Interested? Click here to register
Questions? Contact Leah: Leah@Roots-NY.com or 917-974-8219.
Analyze. Probe. Debate.