Cultural Arts and Travel
Judaica and Jewish culture enrich Jewish life and enhance Jewish living. More broadly, the arts bring beauty to our lives and provide new perspectives on the world. They express the language of the soul, open a window on the sacred and teach us to see the holy in the ordinary.
More than a trip to see beautiful sites and learn interesting things, a Jewish heritage tour is a spiritual journey of discovery the reveals the treasures of Jewish life, that opens our soul to the stories of our people and that creates life-long community and special memories along the way.
Itinerary still in formation. Contact Rabbi Davis to learn more about this unique adventure.
Mission to Cuba | With Cantor Audrey Abrams
January 7-14, 2019
Travel to Cuba with Cantor Abrams and the America Conference of Cantors for a week of vibrant cultural discovery and Jewish humanitarian effort. Contact Cantor Abrams for more information.
From Rembrandt to Rashi
Sunday mornings, February 3-24, 2019 | 10:00 am
Explore the world of Torah through the artist’s lens with Rabbi Davis.
Reading Jewish Lives
We will read two biographies as a community, engage in small group discussions, and enjoy livestreamed presentations by the authors. Participants will receive the first book, Barbra Streisand: Redefining Beauty Femininity, and Power by Neal Gabler, as a gift as well as free reading guides for each book. Jewish Lives is a partnership of Yale University Press and the Leon D. Black Foundation.
Friday Braid & Learn
November 9, 2018
December 14, 2018
January 11, 2019
Braid challah and learn Torah with Rabbi Davis on Friday mornings in this unique study opportunity.
Culinary Tour of the Jewish Diaspora with Zehorit Helicher and Rabbi Davis
Sundays, December 2018 | Program Fee Applies
Explore cooking techniques and recipes from the Jewish Diaspora in this 3-session workshop.
Following the Spice Trail with Zehorit Heilicher and Rabbi Davis
Sundays, February 2019 | Program Fee Applies
In this 3-session workshop, learn about the spice trade and how to incorporate familiar and less familiar spices into your repertoire.
Scholar In Residence | Rabbi Matt Berkowitz
April 5-7, 2019
Join us as we learn from Jerusalem-based artist and rabbi, Matt Berkowitz. His unique, colorful, and “out of the box” rabbinate focuses on the intersection of art, Israel, and Judaism.
For more information on any of these programs, please contact Liz Rappaport at firstname.lastname@example.org or 952.873.7314.