Want a little chocolate with your Hebrew?

A Melton Moment
Come for the learning. Stay for the community.  This is one of our Melton slogans.
Here is an example of what it can mean.  A Dallas Melton student recently celebrated her Bat Mitzvah…as an adult. She led the service, chanted from the TImageorah and delivered a beautiful d’var Torah. Torah honors were shared with her family,  her fellow Melton students and teachers.  She said the learning environment and the community of learners in her Melton classes inspired her to pursue a Bat Mitzvah and set an example for her two young daughters.  Her Melton story was  my Melton moment in July of 2013. Come for the learning. Stay for the community.   What will your story be?

Chocolate Hebrew is a CRASH COURSE in Hebrew and in 13 hours, this unique, multi-sensory, non-threatening intensive class will take the mystery out of the Hebrew alphabet – and prepare you to learn both Modern Hebrew and Prayer Book Hebrew. Wouldn’t it be great to be reading Hebrew in time for the High Holidays? In just a week, you’ll be reading Hebrew – really!!!
a taste pf meltonClasses begin August 26 at 9:30 am. Questions? Click here
A Taste of Melton is another sweet treat offered at the J this month.  Sample the program that everyone is talking about and satisfy your hunger for class that every is talking about and satisfy your hunger for Jewish knowledge with our well balanced approach to adult Jewish learning!
FREE sample class August 28th at 9:30 am To RSVP click here

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About jccdallas

The Jewish Community Center of Dallas is part of your extended family, your home away from home − providing programs and services for all ages and stages in life. Within our walls or around the world, our members gather together to meet, play, learn, celebrate, and be part of the Community. Everyone, regardless of age, race, religious affiliation, or any other protected status, is welcome.
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