ATTENTION: ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
You are invited to join us for a day of fun and learning together. We will get to know one another through story and learn how those stories have power.
Fall Interfaith Retreat: Pilgrimage & Power
All day on Saturday, October 2, 2021
@ Camp Joy
10117 Old 3 C Hwy
Clarksville, OH 45113
Register at
bit.ly/cincyreg21
For more info simply text or call Adam Hayden at 812-430-4464

Sivan Zakai, Ph.D., Sara S. Lee Sara S. Lee Associate Professor of Jewish Education, HUC/Los Angeles
Lauren Applebaum, Ed.D., Director, DeLeT, HUC
Rabbi Jordi Schuster Battis ’09, ’11, Temple Shir Tikva, Wayland, MA

The Covid-19 pandemic has ushered in radical shifts in the relationships among children, parents, and teachers. In many instances, children and their teachers have been forced apart, and children and their parents have been resituated in close quarters. This shift has ushered in both serious challenges and profound opportunities for building meaningful and educative relationships between children and the adults who love them. Learn about how parents, educators, and clergy can partner to support the intellectual and emotional needs of children, and of one another, during this time.

Presented in partnership with the Jewish Grandparents Network and Lilith magazine.

Miriam Heller Stern, National Director, School of Education, HUC

The Jewish people have a long history of creative thinking as a tool for adaptation, disruption and survival. Join us for an interactive session where we will explore creative Jewish sensibilities that help us be bold, refuel, and recharge our optimism.

Presented in partnership with the Jewish Grandparents Network and Lilith magazine.

Young people have been at the forefront of Black Lives Matter protests around the world, taking to the streets and the web to fight for justice and a better world. Young leaders in Cincinnati come together to discuss their experiences growing up and growing into political consciousness in the wake of Timothy Thomas’s murder and civil unrest of 2001.

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Presented in partnership with Cincinnati Museum Center, the Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library and the Woman’s City Club of Cincinnati.

Join us as we look at the different ways that we exert people power to create deep and lasting change. We will dive into strategies and avenues for social change, and emerge with new understandings of our place in the work that we care most about. From talking to friends, to writing an op-ed, to lobbying elected officials, to participating in community projects — how are you going to make your voice heard as you strive for peace and justice in our world? Come with an issue that you care about in mind and leave with a plan as you prepare to take action.

Registration Deadline: March 12th

Join us as we look at the different ways that we exert people power to create deep and lasting change. We will dive into strategies and avenues for social change, and emerge with new understandings of our place in the work that we care most about. From talking to friends, to writing an op-ed, to lobbying elected officials, to participating in community projects — how are you going to make your voice heard as you strive for peace and justice in our world? Come with an issue that you care about in mind and leave with a plan as you prepare to take action.

Registration Deadline: March 12th

Join us as we look at the different ways that we exert people power to create deep and lasting change. We will dive into strategies and avenues for social change, and emerge with new understandings of our place in the work that we care most about. From talking to friends, to writing an op-ed, to lobbying elected officials, to participating in community projects — how are you going to make your voice heard as you strive for peace and justice in our world? Come with an issue that you care about in mind and leave with a plan as you prepare to take action.

Registration Deadline: March 12th

Join us as we look at the different ways that we exert people power to create deep and lasting change. We will dive into strategies and avenues for social change, and emerge with new understandings of our place in the work that we care most about. From talking to friends, to writing an op-ed, to lobbying elected officials, to participating in community projects — how are you going to make your voice heard as you strive for peace and justice in our world? Come with an issue that you care about in mind and leave with a plan as you prepare to take action.

Registration Deadline: March 12th

Participants will learn frameworks and explore perspectives on leading change through challenge and uncertainty. What are the key components of effective leadership, regardless of what you’re working toward? What does it mean to lead with empathy and courage? What does it look like to hold and share power and authority with others? What are the successes and failures of leaders in public spheres? How does self care, balance, and the understanding of your own voice and identities play a role in all of this? Join us!

Registration Deadline: February 26th

Participants will learn frameworks and explore perspectives on leading change through challenge and uncertainty. What are the key components of effective leadership, regardless of what you’re working toward? What does it mean to lead with empathy and courage? What does it look like to hold and share power and authority with others? What are the successes and failures of leaders in public spheres? How does self care, balance, and the understanding of your own voice and identities play a role in all of this? Join us!

Registration Deadline: February 26th