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  • The Liberty Bell
    פעמון החירות
    pa-amon ha-cherut

  • Independence Hall
    היכל העצמאות
    heychal ha-atzma-ut

  • US Declaration of Independence
    הכרזת העצמאות של ארצות הברית
    hachrazat ha-atzma-ut shel Arzot Habrit

  • Constitutional Convention
    ועידת החוקה
    ve-idat ha-chuka

Looking to find Hebrew lessons in Philadelphia? Home to more than a quarter of a million Jews, the Philadelphia Jewish community is the United States’ fourth largest. And while those who keep kosher may not be able to partake in Philadelphia’s most famous culinary treat, Philadelphia Hebrew lessons are open to everyone.

The first place to look when you want to learn Hebrew in Philadelphia may be at one of the city’s many Jewish congregations, who often make Philadelphia Hebrew courses available to both members and non-members. While many of Philadelphia’s Hebrew classes may be geared towards children and Bar Mitzvah-aged students, the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia may be able to direct you towards Philadelphia Hebrew classes designed for adults as well. Another good resource may be the Kaiserman Jewish Community Center or the Klein JCC.

Even more fun may be to study Hebrew as a family, and it is possible to find this type of Philadelphia Hebrew course without even leaving your computer! Equally well-suited to older children, teenagers, and adults, Learn Hebrew Pod is a complete system for learning to speak and understand modern conversational Hebrew, with optional programs for learning to read Hebrew and for learning Hebrew prayers. Our courses include comprehensive, thorough (and fun!) audio lessons and a website full of complementary multimedia learning tools. And you can take your Hebrew lessons with you throughout Philadelphia just by downloading our audio lessons to your mobile device... perfect when you’re strolling through the Old City or out for a run in Fairmount Park.