Torah Study
In depth informal study of the weekly Torah or Haftarah portion at B'nai Zion before Shabbat morning worship services.  Attendance at services is not required to join the Torah Study (and attendance at Torah study is not required to join the worship services).  

9:45-11:00 AM Saturday morning Study(11:00-12:00 Worship Service)

No fees.  No registration required.  Come often or infrequently.  Learn with us any time.

Occasional guest lecturers.  See B'nai Zion bulletin and calendar for more details.

Email B'nai Zion for questions or comments. 
Donate to Rabbi Jana's Discretionary Fund (or any other fund) at B'nai Zion by clicking HERE.

Helpful materials:


Bim Bam Videos

Reform Judaism Torah Study

Conservative Movement Rabbinic School (JTS) Commentary 

Institute for Southern Jewish Living (ISJL) Commentary


The Torah: A Modern Commentary (Revised Edition), Edited by Gunther Plaut
URJ Press, 2005

Etz Hayim: Torah and Commentary, The Rabbinic Assembly / The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, 2001

"Tikkun" / The Torah Reader's Compendium, Kestenbaum Edition, Artscroll Series, Mesorah Publications, 2001

The Torah: A Women's Commentary, Edited by Tamara Cohn Eskenazi; Assoc. Ed. Andrea L. Weiss, URJ Press and Women of Reform Judaism, 2008

The Bedside Torah: Wisdom, Visions, and Dreams, by Bradley Shavit Arston, Contemporary Books, 2001

Day By Day -- Reflections on the Themes of the Torah from Literature, Philosophy, and Religious Thought , Edited by Chaim Stern, Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1998

The Women's Torah Commentary: New Insights from Women Rabbis on the 54 Weekly Torah Portions, Edited by Rabbi Elyse Goldstein, Jewish Lights Publishing, 2000

The Modern Men's Torah Commentary: New Insights from Jewish Men on the 54 Weekly Torah Portions, Edited by Rabbi Jeffrey K. Salkin, Jewish Lights Publishing, 2009
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