(presentation following dinner)
From Brooklyn to Historic Israel, Levittown to Perplexed Israel- A Family Biography (A Discussion on Israel-Diaspora Relations)
(Dvar Torah during services)
In Search of the Common Good – Israel 2048
The Crisis of (Israeli) Democracy – Learning from Hillel and Shammai
Global and Local Identity- Theology in the Age of Climate Change
Join us for our next Stillman Torah Scholar- in-Residence: Eilon Schwartz. On Friday night (June 7), following a special Shabbat dinner, Eilon will speak on Israel-Diaspora relations. Eilon will speak again during services Saturday morning and then launch our Shavuot learning Saturday evening.
Dr. Eilon Schwartz is an academic and Israeli social change entrepreneur. Having served as the Founding Director of the Heschel Center for Sustainability, which reinvented environmentalism in Israel, Eilon is presently the Founding Director of Shaharit – a think-and-do tank creating new political possibilities for Israel’s polarized society.
Full Tikkun Leyl Shavuot schedule available soon.