Discuss issues that motivate and inform politically Right-leaning Jews. This thoughtful forum for exchanging ideas around Conservative thought aims to create a space where diversity of ideas is explored through thoughtful and meaningful dialogue.
Learn the ins and outs of leading or participating in a Passover seder and discover ways to create a seder that reflects your unique values. Whether this is your first time hosting or if you need a refresher, Rabbi Shira explores ways to spice up your seder, liberate your mind, and keep guests engaged.
For women in their 20s and 30s
Rabbi Shira leads a text study and discussion on Lilith, the enigmatic character who is too often shunted to the shadows of Jewish history. Discuss ways that women today are often placed in boxes or classified in ways that are neither nuanced nor helpful.
Explore recipes, stories, symbolism, and sustainably-sourced horseradish with Rabbi Scott. Make your seder plate a work of art and meaning with contemporary updates to the classic symbols.
In Conversation with Wolf Blitzer
From the James Beard Award-winning cookbook author comes King Solomon’s Table: A Culinary Exploration of Jewish Cooking from Around the World, a collection of recipes from the global Jewish diaspora.
A traditional service with soulful melodies, contemporary insights, and stories, followed by dinner. Separate seating for women and men during the service.
Shankar returns to both her cultural and familial roots, leading a virtuoso septet in a program devoted to North Indian classical music. The artist combines Indian musical currents with jazz, pop, flamenco, and more for a return performance on our stage.