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Resting Beneath the Tree

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Parshat Vayera, Genesis 18:1-22:24
November 4, 2014

In Parshat Vayera, we meet Abraham resting near the entrance of his tent. He notices three weary travelers approaching, and he runs to greet them, with no regard for the intense heat of the day (as one midrash tells us)–or the fact that he is still healing after having circumcised himself as a part of […]

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Learning through Jewish texts and history at Me’ah in Sharon

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April 29, 2014

  Every Monday evening, 18 adults crowd into a small classroom at Temple Israel in Sharon. Many have already put in a long day at work —developing software, seeing patients, writing marketing copy and attending college. On a recent evening, prophecy was on the agenda – Old Testament prophets Jonah and Elijah specifically. For the […]

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Havayah: Wondering What Comes Next

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February 24, 2014

I begin this entry while in the Dnepropetrovsk airport waiting for our flight to Vienna. We bid a tearful goodbye to our Israeli counterparts last night, and today we are in tears again as “our Ukrainians” see us off. The past week has brought up a great range of emotions in every Havayah member, myself […]

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Words from Emily N.

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Student, Prozdor
February 18, 2014

Privyet (Hi) from Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine!! After lots of traveling we are finally here and settling in. This morning we hopped on the bus and toured the city. We learned about the history of Jews in Dnep and the strong Jewish community here. We held a service of remembrance in three different languages at the memorial […]

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Contextual Learning: Summer Teaching in Israel

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Community Blog Contextual Learning Summer Teaching in Israel

Director, Center for Global Judaism
August 21, 2013

I recently returned from a six-week stay in Jerusalem, where I had the pleasure of serving as a faculty member for the Bronfman Youth Fellowships in Israel. Founded in 1987, this unique program offers 26 incoming high-school seniors from the United States and Canada intensive study in various dimensions of Jewish life and thought, both […]

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Four Questions with Jessica Silverman

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Community Blog Four Questions with Jessica Silverman

Director, Prozdor
July 24, 2013

One of the most exciting new offerings at Prozdor this fall will be a science, technology, engineering and math module in which students explore the intersection of Judaism and science in new and creative ways. We have tapped Acton, Mass. native Jessica Silverman, a newly minted Ph.D., to teach this section. Here, Silverman talks about […]

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