Are you looking for a deeper understanding of what it means to be Jewish? What ideas, beliefs, and practices are involved with living Jewishly? Melton sets the standard for high-quality, text-based, interactive Jewish study by offering world-class curriculum that informs and inspires students from all knowledge-levels and backgrounds.
Melton classes offer adults the opportunity to acquire Jewish literacy in an open, trans-denominational, intellectually stimulating learning environment.
These two classes are the first year of the Melton Core curriculum and we encourage you to take them together. If you would like to take only one of the classes, please contact Brill.Institute@atlantajcc.org.
Melton Rhythms of Jewish Living: Examine a wide variety of Jewish sources to discover the deeper meanings underlying Jewish holidays, lifecycle observances, and Jewish practice.
Melton Purposes of Jewish Living: Why do Jews believe as they do? What are the big questions of life and how do Jewish thinkers answer these questions? This course explores both ancient and modern responses to many of the major issues of Jewish thought and theology.
These classes are part 1 of 3-part classes.
Melton: Never stop seeking.
Instructors: Talya Gorsetman, Judy Stolovitz
Open to the Community
The MJCCA’s Inclusion Program strives to provide the necessary accommodations and flexibility for youth who require additional support so they may access the transformative opportunities available at the MJCCA. Our Inclusion Team collaborates with parents, educators, and staff to determine if successful program placement is possible. These youth and their families are then supported by our Inclusion Team through program accommodations and may also receive individualized assistance. Click here for more information.