Know who you are, what you stand for and what's your bottom line

In these uncertain and unpredictable times, the only thing that is certain is who we are, what we stand for and what's our bottom line. Going with this theme, Town of Oyster Bay is proud to announce new outstanding course series for the New Calendar Year to begin at the end of January. Getting in touch with yourself has never been easier!  

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Course: The Practical and the Profound of Judaism. 6 topics for a solid foundation on Jewish life and philosophy Attend one or attend all. All classes begin at 7:30 PM. This course for women only. $12 paid in advance $15 at the door $36 sponsor. No prior experience or background needed.

The Practical and the Profound of Judaism - Click here to register 


January 29 - The world according to G‑d:  Explore topics such as good and evil, suffering and challenges and what the world according to G‑d is really all about. 

February 26-  The Times of our life: Shabbat and the Day of Rest. Explore the meaning of a holy day, and how we can utilize this oasis in time, filling it with meaning and purpose. Having more is not being more. Learn the mystical dimension of Candles, Challah and Kiddush

March 18- Between the Angel and the Animal. An ethical and mystical exploration of what makes our food holy, and how in turn we become what we eat. 

April 22- From Birth to Death: explore Jewish views on male and female energies, intimacy, love and romance, conception, birth, circumcision bar and Bat Mitzvah, and when our times come, it is "Mission accomplished, a job well done". Together we will share Jewish thoughts on death, mourning, and what happens to us after we die.  

May 20 - All in my family: Welcome to my home and what makes it a Jewish home. Day to day life in a Jewish house.

June 10- Take it three times a day with meals - What is prayer?- A class exploring the profound and the practical dimensions of prayer. Examine and explore this most fundamental part of Jewish life. Explore some of the prayers of the weekday and Shabbat, and how they have the power to transform our day, our week and ourselves.