More than 100 religious and community leaders from all faiths gathered at Hebrew College on November 19 for “Human Dignity and Racial Justice: A Workshop for Religious Leaders,” The workshop was co-sponsored by CIRCLE (the Center for Interreligious and Communal Leadership Education)—a joint initiative of Hebrew College and Andover Newton Theological School—and Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries, and was spearheaded by CIRCLE Co-director Rabbi Or Rose.
We are pleased to share Hebrew College’s most recent Annual Report, a dynamic exploration of the past year’s accomplishments. We hope these vibrant and meaningful stories about our many innovative programs, entrepreneurial endeavors, and unique events, will inspire you to engage in our community.
In this second of a series of free programs, President Daniel Lehmann interviewed Stephen Kaufer, co-founder, president and CEO of TripAdvisor. The CEO Forum was created to bring leaders of industry and Hebrew College closer, using what Lehmann describes as a pluralistic view of Judaism in the modern world, and the college’s mission to bridge academic Jewish studies and community needs.
New York Times bestselling author Sara Davidson, shared highlights of her weekly Friday conversations with Reb Zalman, recounted in her recent book, The December Project: An Extraordinary Rabbi and a Skeptical Seeker Confront Life's Greatest Mystery. Reb Zalman, then in his late 80’s, described the December Project as a time when “you know you’re coming to the end of your tour of duty. What is the spiritual work of this time, and how do you prepare for the mystery?”
Best-selling Israeli author David Grossman captivated a capacity crowd of 250 with his beautiful and searing words at the college's inaugural Martin Kace Lecture Wednesday in Berenson Hall.