Adult Jewish Learning

Programs

FedEd

FedEd, our Adult Jewish Learning department, offers a wide variety of courses for adult learners in a non-denominational environment. Areas of study include Bible, Talmud, Jewish history, Hebrew language, literature, ethics, culture, and philosophy. Through partnerships with area congregations, organizations and institutions, we are able to service a large segment of the Jewish community. Each year FedEd publishes a fall and a winter/spring catalog with over 50 course offerings each semester.

Download Fall 2018-2019 Course Catalogue

Melton

MeltonCan a 4,000 year-old text speak to a 21st Century world? Find your answers with other “Wondering Jews” through the Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning. Explore "Jewish" by using biblical and contemporary texts to connect our past with the present, in a thought-provoking, dynamic environment.

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Melton PEP

The Parent Education Program (PEP) is the core Melton program designed especially for parents of young children between the ages of newborn through eighth grade. PEP students strengthen their understanding of Judaism in order to nurture their child’s growing identity.

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Meet the instructors

Click here to meet our world-class cohort of instructors.

REGISTRATION Now live!

We are very excited to announce that you can now register and pay for classes, listen to recorded classes, and view resources on our new FedEd online system!

» To get started, go to feded.online

Scholarships

Through a generous grant from the family and friends of Susan Robin, the Susan R. Robin Memorial Scholarship is available for students in need of financial assistance. Additional scholarships are also available through the Detroit Friends of Melton and Jewish Federation. To learn more, please call (248) 205-2557.

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