This year on Tu B’Shvat, Neve Schechter will host a very special exhibition. It will display photographs taken in the framework of project conducted in partnership with the Neve Tzedek Municipal High School. The project has been running for five years, and the exhibition opening for Tu B’Shvat will be the fifth one held at the Neve Schechter modern art gallery, a highly acclaimed Tel Aviv exhibition space.
3 Online Sunday Morning Lectures in English. All lectures begin at 9:30 am PST; 10:30 am MST; 11:30 am CST; 12:30 pm EST.
This eye-opening encounter with the American Jewry shines a new light on the Israeli participants’ identities, and shapes educators who actively engage with the world of ideas and transmit the appreciation of pluralistic Judaism to their students.
On December 4th, 2018, thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in Israel demanding that authorities act to curb sharp increase in violence against women. This is the time to remind ourselves that Jewish tradition honors strong women. Let us look in depth at Eshet Chayil, the proverbial woman of valor – what are the qualities she is praised for?
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4 New Rabbis Ordained. An Israeli-born Feminist; A Russian-born Lawyer; a Canadian-born Coexistence Activist; and an Argentinian-born Educator.
Genger family members, Schechter Institutes representatives and TALI educators gathered in Modi’in, for an emotional evening and celebrated the Genger prize.
After many years of successful research cooperation between the two institutions, the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies (SIJS) and the Protestant Theological University (PThU) have extended their collaboration to formal student and staff exchanges, thanks to a generous grant of EURO 50,000 through the Erasmus+ program of the European Union.
Schechter Rabbinical Seminary hosted a group of Catholic priests from Israel, the US, Philippines, Australia, India and Europe for an interfaith encounter.