After a brief hiatus, the monthly Torah Study resumes this Saturday, August 4 at the home of Louise and Marvin Feldman in Captain Cook.

The parashah this week is Eikev (Deuteronomy 7:12-11:25) with Moses advising the Israelites of how to enter the Promised Land after their decades wandering in the desert; and he also warns of dangers if they stray from the righteous path, as vividly demonstrated in the story of the golden calf.

Study begins at 10:30AM and ends around noon followed by a potluck lunch (no pork or shellfish, please). No knowledge of Hebrew or previous study is necessary. The study will be group led. If you do not have a tanach please print out a copy of the week’s parashah. There are many versions available on-line and no one version is preferred. A variety adds to interesting discussion.

We look forward to seeing you at Torah Study and deepening our understanding of our Book and its relevance to our Judaism. Please RSVP to lfeldman@hawaii.rr.com