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Adult Education

Our adult education program provides opportunities for adults to learn together on a variety of topics. The adult education committee, in consultation with our clergy, creates a well-rounded program in which our adults come together for classes, films and Shabbat scholars. The goal of the committee is to select a wide array of topics that are introduced through different media thus enabling us to meet the diverse interests and needs of the congregation and community. Any questions? Please contact Tracy Horwitz.



Shabbat, Scholar and Supper

Join the congregation as we hear from Shabbat Scholars at our 6:00 pm worship services. Continue learning at the Shabbat dinner following services. All are welcome to attend services; registration and fee ($25 per member, $36 per non-member) required for dinners.

Film Series

Enjoy snacks and a movie, followed by an interactive discussion moderated by Dr. Eric Goldman, the founder and president of Ergo Media and a film reviewer for New Jersey’s The Jewish Standard.

Free for Members, $5 per film for Non-Members
While free of charge, we request that you register in advance in order to provide adequate seating and snacks. Please email

May 7



Israeli director Yuval Adler takes us inside the world of Israeli counter-terrorism in a powerful thriller about the Israeli Secret Service and how it retrieves intelligence about terrorist plots. The film focuses on the complex relationship between Sanfur, a teenage Bethlehem-based Palestinian informant… Learn More


For more information regarding TSTI Classes and to RSVP, email

Mar 8

Hamantaschen Baking

Cantor Rebecca Moses and Cantor Joan Finn


Come join the Cantors as we bake hamantaschen for Purim. We'll teach you how to make a basic dough for the cookies and the experiment with some unusual fillings. There's no telling what ingredients we'll use. The results, though, are guaranteed to be delicious! Learn More
Mar 23

Tips for Planning a Memorable Seder

Rabbi Daniel Cohen and Rabbi Alexandra Klein


Ideas abound for making the Passover seder appealing for children, but what can we do to keep that creative spirit going when it comes to adults? Join TSTI clergy and other congregants to share ideas and suggestions on how to make the Feast of Freedom a fun, meaningful and memorable evening even when… Learn More
An irreverent witty comedy about women who serve in a remote desert Israeli army base. Amidst their boredom and clashing personalities at the Human Resources office, we get a unique glimpse at contrasting views of commitment to serve and how one passes their time before discharge. Winner of best new… Learn More
Mar 29

Buber and Heschel: One God, Two Theologies

Rabbi Alexandra Klein


Martin Buber and Abraham Joshua Heschel are two of modern Judaism’s most beloved theologians. Their perspectives of the relationship between God and humanity shape much of our Reform views of faith and divinity. Together, we will study excerpts from the writings of these two great thinkers and… Learn More