The Hadar Institute is excited to be partnering with Kehilat Hadar for their 17th annual Shavuot retreat to bring you a highly engaging learning program! Join us for a one-of-a-kind retreat, May 18-21, where you’ll have the opportunity to participate in spirited, songful, lay-led, egalitarian davening and study a vast array of topics at the overnight Tikkun as well as during the day. You’ll also have plenty of time to partake in delicious, kosher meals, and enjoy the extensive grounds of Camp Kinder Ring (including a pool and sports fields). Accommodations are camp-style so bring your adventurous spirit and eagerness to learn to this four-day adventure!
Many of the classes this year will be on the theme, Sinai: Covenant and Responsibility: Judaism is a religion defined by a covenantal relationship between the Divine and the people. What does it mean for a community to be in this relationship? How do we navigate the boundaries of this community? How do we engage with the fundamental principles of belief that underlie this relationship? Join us for a weekend of engaging conversation in which we probe the depths of these timely questions.
Elie Kaunfer, Ethan Tucker, Dena Weiss, and Deborah Sacks Mintz of the Hadar Institute will be contributing to the incredible range of learning opportunities.
Registration is through Kehilat Hadar at: https://www.kehilathadar.org/