The Torah Study usually held on the second Saturday of the month will be moved to the Third Saturday in September (9/17) at the home of Louise and Marvin Feldman in Captain Cook.
The week’s parashah is Ki Teitzei (Deuteronomy 21:10–25:19), detailing dozens of commandments on subjects from inheritance rights to burial rituals, adultery and seduction to fair treatment and pay for workers.

Study begins at 10:30AM, ends around noon and is followed by a potluck lunch (no pork or shellfish, please!).

The study is group-led and no knowledge of Hebrew or previous study is necessary. Please bring your own tanach or print out a copy of the week’s parashah from one of the many versions available online. No one version is preferred and a variety adds to interesting discussion.

We look forward to seeing you at Saturday Torah Study to deepen understanding of our Book and its relevance to our Judaism.

Please RSVP via email to lfeldman@hawaii.rr.com