Here is a list of classes that will be taking place throughout the year:

Strive Classes

Strive Not to Gossip with Rabbi Jonathan Aaron

Tuesday, January 23 & 30, February 6 at 7:00 pm | Location: 8844 Burton Way

It may be impossible to stop all of our talk about others, but striving not to gossip can help any of us to live a more peaceful and tranquil existence. 

Incorporating the teachings of the Chafetz Chaim (the Jewish"Bible" about gossip), Rabbi Aaron will explore the subtleties of what is considered in Jewish tradition to be one of the most dangerous of human behaviors, "Lashon Hara" (the evil tongue).


RSVP for this upcoming class at tebh.org/StriveClass.


Hereos of Today: Striving to Make a Difference with Cantor Lizzie Weiss

Tuesday, March 6, 13 & 20 at 7:00 pm | Location: 8844 Burton Way

We all know that there are incredible righteous Jews and non-Jews who have been at the forefront of leading their generations in striving toward being more human. 

In this three-part class, come discover the heroic individuals who are at the forefront of making a difference in our world. Explore the sotry of a new leader each week as we delve into the amazing lives of modern-day hereos. 


Judaism and Medicine: Striving Toward Ethics in Healthcare

Tuesday, April 10, 17, 24 & May 1 at 7:00 pm | Location: Private Home

We question our humanity in moments of difficult medical dilemmas. Are we upholding the value of quality of life? What kind of values (lifestyle) do we bring to being human in the face of death and ethical grey zones? From physician-assisted suicide to gender-affirming surgery to the question of whether healthcare is a right, join Rabbi Bassin as we explore the world of Jewish medical ethics in a four-part series that takes on the most pressing medical ethical questions of our day. 



Connect breath with movement as we move through a series of yoga poses in a medium-paced flowing formation. Explore your own edge, strengthen your body, expand your heart and free your mind. Participants should not eat directly before before class, and should wear comfortable clothing and bring a towel and a mat. Time and date vary from week to week. For more information, subscribe to our weekly email list at tebh.org/Subscribe.  


Wisdom Circle

Second Wednesday of the month | 10:45 am-1:30 pm

The Wisdom Circle is a monthly intellectual and social get-together for mature adults. It meets from September through June, on the second Wednesday of the month. The event begins with an invited speaker, followed by an informal lunch, and a discussion with one of our clergy. There is a modest cost for lunch: $5.00 for members and $7.00 for non-members. For more information please contact Lynn Franklin at Lynn@tebh.org


Rashi Class

Classes run for 12 weeks throughout the year. For more information on exact dates of an upcoming class, please contact our Religious School & Membership Coordinator, Karen Porper, at Karen@tebh.org