Prepare for the High Holidays with Project Zug’s Elul Cycle, a four-week learning journey focusing on teshuvah. Taught by R. Shai Held, "Windows on Teshuvah" will explore what it takes for a person to change and includes two live lectures with R. Held. Register by July 30.
Join Rabbi Shai Held for a special course focused on the ways in which Judaism invites us to lead lives of love. Over 8 bi-weekly sessions, we will engage with core issues in Jewish thought and explore an array of core issues in Jewish ethics, theology, and spirituality through the lens of love.
If you’re hungry for a new way to prepare your mind and spirit for the High Holidays, then don’t miss Hadar’s Teshuvah & Arts Seminar. From August 8-11, we will grapple with the self and discover new ways of being.
Rabbi Yitz Greenberg, a leading Jewish scholar of our generation, is writing the 5781 Divrei Torah collection. Read his reflections on the parashah to date and subscribe to receive weekly insights directly to your inbox.
Did you know you can find albums, books, and videos of Joey Weisenberg and others from Hadar and the Rising Song Institute?
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