Adult Learning Programs

Sunday Morning Roundtable with Rabbi irwin

Join Rabbi Huberman on Sunday mornings for Torah study and current events discussions. The class, "In the Beginnings," is geared to parents of our Limud Hebrew School, but everyone is welcome.

"pluralistic" faculty: a wide range of teachers

Congregation Tifereth Israel honors the teachings and best practices of all Jewish denominations. Our regular teaching staff includes Rabbi Molly Karp (Pluralistic), Rabbi Isaac Mann (Orthodox) and Rabbi Simcha Raphael (Renewal), among others. 

forgotten women of the torah

Join us every second Monday of the month at 7:00pm for this new series.


The Sharyn Berliner Book Group meets approximately every two months on Sunday mornings between 10:30 am and noon. The selected books are either on Jewish topics or written by Jewish authors. Open to both men and women, the meetings are filled with stimulating discussions and sharing fresh bagels with friends. 

Lunch & Learn 

Wednesday afternoons beginning at 12:00 pm, Bill Friedlieb leads our weekly Lunch & Learn classes held in the CTI Library. This is an opportunity for adults to discuss scholarship of Jewish texts and relevant current events.

Israeli dance

Wednesday evenings beginning at 7:45 pm. With instructor Alan Bloom, we come together to enjoy the jubilant music, learn new and old dances and get a good workout!

Art class with max

Art classes are held at CTI on Thursday evenings (5pm-7pm or 7pm-9pm) taught by instructor Max Hergenrother. For more information or to obtain a registration form, contact the office at (516) 676-5080 or email Max at [email protected]

Challah Baking

Come enjoy and learn how to bake challah at CTI on Friday mornings. These gatherings are filled with camaraderie, fun and the most wonderful aromas!

Kol isha/ women's voices

CTI's women's group meets to discuss topics that teach, inspire and motivate.

Learning with Rabbi Irwin

Anyone can join the Rabbi's stimulating seminars and workshops that cover a wide range of topics, including: "All You Wanted to Know about Judaism," "Books that Did Not Make it Into the Bible," "Kaballah," "Study of the Psalms" and more.

"The Torah begins with kindness. The Torah ends with kindness."

Rabbi's Torah for Today Blog

How does the weekly Torah portion inspire us to examine our personal relationships our daily behavior, our own values and spirituality? Each week, Rabbi Irwin takes the weekly Torah parashah, and applies it to daily living. Click here for more.

Music with Cantor Gustavo

Join the Cantor to explore the origins of many of the transformative melodies and prayers sung on Shabbat, the High Holidays, Passover, Chanukah and more.

Conversion/Independent Study 

Our Rabbi is always happy to explore and explain conversion. However, we never pressure anyone to convert. Everyone is always welcome in our synagogue. For more information, please contact the Rabbi at (516) 676-5080

Learn to Speak Hebrew

Beginner and advanced classes.