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TBA Congregational Learning

A hard copy of this brochure can be picked up at TBA:

Congregational Learning Courses at a Glance: 

Click on the Adult Learning course title for more information:

Afternoons with…casual conversations with special guests

Lunch and Learn

Melton School at TBA

Parsha HaShavua (Shabbat Torah Portion of the Week)

TBA Book Group

TBA Mindfulness Sessions, with Rabbi Vaisberg

The Hebrew Bible Line by Line, with Rabbis Vaisberg and Edwards

Rosh Chodesh 5752 (New Hebrew Month study group)

Views and Schmooze with Rabbi Vaisberg, first Wednesday of the month

Connecting to Online Services and Classes

The following are instructions on how to access Zoom; once you install Zoom the first time, you will not have to do it again. Later logins will only require you to join the meeting.

This is the simplest video tutorial on how to “join a meeting” https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-How-Do-I-Join-A-Meeting-

Platforms to use Zoom:

  • You can use Zoom on your PC or Apple computer, tablet, iPhone, or Android phone.
  • You can use it in your desktop browser or download the app to your computer or phone.
  • You can listen in by landline phone as well.

Video and Microphone: If you have a camera on your computer, you can participate by video (or turn it off). If you want to speak you must have a microphone or call in on the phone.

DirectionsIf you want to use desktop on Windows (PC) or MacYou can download the app here for your computer.
On your phone: On your iPhone or Android – download the app from the app store/google play – search for Zoom Cloud Meeting and download the app.

Please make sure you are in a relatively quiet place. If you talk to someone else when you are unmuted, we can hear you.

We recommend you log on 5 or 10 minutes prior to the scheduled service or class to make sure you don’t run into technical issues.

Instruction Sheet for Zoom

Thu, February 9 2023 18 Shevat 5783