South Windsor, CT, October 29, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The Book of Daniel is located in the section of Jewish writing called the Ketuvim. It tells the story of Daniel, a Jewish nobleman exiled in Babylon. As Daniel was saved by God, the message holds that all of Israel will be saved from oppression. The story has resonated through the ages as a testament to the literary genre of apocalyptic writing.
Temple Beth Hillel of South Windsor, CT is hosting a new adult education series on The Book of Daniel with Jewish scholar Jo Bruce. The event is being held from 11am - 12pm every Sunday from October 30 - Dec. 18th at Temple Beth Hillel, 20 Baker Lane in South Windsor and is free and open for all. Jo Bruce was formerly the Head of Women's Programmes and Special Events at the London School of Jewish Studies. Her resume is an impressive commitment to Jewish learning and education. Ms. Bruce believes all Jews should have the opportunity to experience open, accessible, thought-provoking Jewish education.
Temple Beth Hillel is proud to partner with such a skilled teacher with advanced Jewish textual learning to bring to you this enlightening discussion on the Book of Daniel. A dynamic reform synagogue rooted in tradition but committed to the future, Temple Beth Hillel is located on 20 Baker Lane in South Windsor. For more information on this series or any additional adult learning call 860-282-8466 or visit their website at tbhsw.org.