Rabbi Peretz Wolf-Prusan
Peretz Wolf-Prusan came to the Bay Area to teach printmaking at UAHC Camp Swig and to study at the San Francisco Art Institute. After a decade of creating Ketubot (Illuminated Wedding Documents), printmaking, working in informal education, he traveled back to Israel in 1985 to learn at the Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion in Jerusalem and then Cincinnati. From 1990 to 2010 he served Congregation Emanu-El, San Francisco, as rabbi and senior educator. To continue his own Talmud studies he create Downtown Lunchtime Talmud (DLT) in 1991. At Lehrhaus Judaica DLT expanded to the Bay Area Community Talmud Circles which continue today with New Lehrhaus.