Week-Long | In-Person | 10am – 4pm
Grades 4-6 | July 18 – 22
Be a Good Relative to Each Other
and the Earth
Grades 10-12 | July 11 – 15
Creating Joy Under These Conditions
Tuition $249 | Scholarships Available!
Week-Long | In-Person | 10am – 4pm
Grades 4-6 | July 18 – 22
Be a Good Relative to Each Other
and the Earth
Grades 10-12 | July 11 – 15
Creating Joy Under These Conditions
Tuition $249 | Scholarships Available!

In the entire Jewish Bible (Tanach) only fifty women are mentioned by name, and they “speak” less than 1% of the time. Re-examining the texts in which women are mentioned, we will read between the lines for the details of their lives and stories. This series will take place on Rosh Hodesh (except when on Shabbat) and will be taught by a combination of rabbis and Jewish educators in partnership with HUC-JIR. Register online here.

VIRTUAL SERIES

Ages 15+
7pm | Virtual
FREE with RSVP

DATES

Thursday, October 7
Sunday, November 7
Tuesday, December 7
Wednesday, February 2
Sunday, March 6
Tuesday, April 5
Monday, May 2

Thursday, April 7
Reception and Viewing of the Exhibition: 6:30 — 8:30 pm ET
Program: 6:30 pm — 7:30 pm ET

“The First Four” Women Rabbis in Conversation:
Rabbi Sally Priesand ’72, Rabbi Sandy Eisenberg Sasso ’74,
Rabbi Amy Eilberg ’85, and Rabba Sara Hurwitz ’09;
moderated by Rabbi Andrea Weiss, Ph.D.,’93
Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Provost

Reflections by Rabbi Amy Perlin ’82 and President Andrew Rehfeld, Ph.D.

Performance by The Braid of an excerpt
from the play “Stories from the Fringe,”
about 18 pioneering women rabbis revealing their journeys

In the entire Jewish Bible (Tanach) only fifty women are mentioned by name, and they “speak” less than 1% of the time. Re-examining the texts in which women are mentioned, we will read between the lines for the details of their lives and stories. This series will take place on Rosh Hodesh (except when on Shabbat) and will be taught by a combination of rabbis and Jewish educators in partnership with HUC-JIR. Register online here.

VIRTUAL SERIES

Ages 15+
7pm | Virtual
FREE with RSVP

DATES

Thursday, October 7
Sunday, November 7
Tuesday, December 7
Wednesday, February 2
Sunday, March 6
Tuesday, April 5
Monday, May 2

Six Saturdays: March 26, April 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30
10:00 am – 12:30 pm ET via Zoom
Tuition: $190 – Scholarships are available!
Open to Women / Facilitated by Kelly Richey
This six-week virtual class invites you on a journey to a greater sense of purpose and self-worth. Using WWf(a)C practices, we will focus on writing both during and outside of class as a means of discovery and affirmation of who we, as individuals truly are.
Week 1: Learning to Love Ourselves
Week 2: Self Care – Is an Act of Love
Week 3: What do our Stories Have to Say?
Week 4: Our Gifts are Sacred Treasures
Week 5: Living into our Dreams
Week 6: I Carry My Light into the World
Questions? Not sure if this class is right for you? We’ve got a FREE Virtual Sampler on Saturday, March 19th, 10:30 am – Noon ET, via Zoom.

In the entire Jewish Bible (Tanach) only fifty women are mentioned by name, and they “speak” less than 1% of the time. Re-examining the texts in which women are mentioned, we will read between the lines for the details of their lives and stories. This series will take place on Rosh Hodesh (except when on Shabbat) and will be taught by a combination of rabbis and Jewish educators in partnership with HUC-JIR. Register online here.

VIRTUAL SERIES

Ages 15+
7pm | Virtual
FREE with RSVP

DATES

Thursday, October 7
Sunday, November 7
Tuesday, December 7
Wednesday, February 2
Sunday, March 6
Tuesday, April 5
Monday, May 2

In the entire Jewish Bible (Tanach) only fifty women are mentioned by name, and they “speak” less than 1% of the time. Re-examining the texts in which women are mentioned, we will read between the lines for the details of their lives and stories. This series will take place on Rosh Hodesh (except when on Shabbat) and will be taught by a combination of rabbis and Jewish educators in partnership with HUC-JIR. Register online here.

VIRTUAL SERIES

Ages 15+
7pm | Virtual
FREE with RSVP

DATES

Thursday, October 7
Sunday, November 7
Tuesday, December 7
Wednesday, February 2
Sunday, March 6
Tuesday, April 5
Monday, May 2

In the entire Jewish Bible (Tanach) only fifty women are mentioned by name, and they “speak” less than 1% of the time. Re-examining the texts in which women are mentioned, we will read between the lines for the details of their lives and stories. This series will take place on Rosh Hodesh (except when on Shabbat) and will be taught by a combination of rabbis and Jewish educators in partnership with HUC-JIR. Register online here.

VIRTUAL SERIES

Ages 15+
7pm | Virtual
FREE with RSVP

DATES

Thursday, October 7
Sunday, November 7
Tuesday, December 7
Wednesday, February 2
Sunday, March 6
Tuesday, April 5
Monday, May 2

Three American women of faith, Hurunnessa Fariad, Dr. Sabrina Dent & Rabbi Susan Shankman regularly come together to discuss life, faith, and resilience in their podcast “Sister Act.” Next week they will join the Shoulder to Shoulder campaign staff, Nina Fernando, Cassandra Lawrence, and Uzma Sabir in a conversation on how and why we engage in multifaith engagement work in the United States.

What does it mean to lead this work as women? What happens when we build relationships with other people who are religiously, theologically, and culturally different from ourselves? In our deeply polarized society of siloed communities and echo chambers, is it even worth trying to expand our circles?

Join us for this conversation on Wednesday, November 17th at 1pm ET to explore these questions and more.