Choose from nine different courses for amazing learning with Schechter’s talented faculty.
4 New Rabbis Ordained. An Israeli-born Feminist; A Russian-born Lawyer; a Canadian-born Coexistence Activist; and an Argentinian-born Educator.
More than one hundred art pieces by twenty-six Israeli artists will be showcased at the first Contemporary Israeli Art Exhibit and Sale at Neve Schechter on December 13, 2018. All proceeds will benefit Neve Schechter. If you are in Israel, please join us!
A new psycho-educational series facilitated by Paul Shrell-Fox, PhD. 13 meetings on Wednesdays, 19:30-21:00 starting October 24th 2018
On Friday, June 30th 350 women from around Israel gathered at Schechter for the 19th annual National Masorti Women’s Day of Study. A joint project of the Masorti Movement, the Women’s League for Conservative Judaism, and the Schechter Institute for Jewish Studies, rabbis and lay educators volunteer their time to provide engaging learning opportunities around the theme of “Women Birthing and Nurturing Our Nation: History, Society & The Arts”
The Schechter Institutes, Midreshet Schechter and Women’s League of Masorti Judaism, with the assistance of the Masorti movement, are proud to present: 19th National Masorti Women’s Study Day on June 29th, 2018.
Jerusalem and Other Holy Places as Foci of Multi-religious and Ideological Confrontation: May 14, 2018. The conference’s objective is to call attention to the importance of Jerusalem and other holy places for the three monotheistic religions, in particular, to highlight the shared beliefs among these religions.
Co-sponsored by the Jewish Theological Seminary, New York and the Schechter Institute, Jerusalem