Join us for Part 1 of this three-part lecture series as we dive into the essence of Kaddish in relation to the current moment. The Mourner’s Kaddish is meant to be said in a minyan. But what happens when you can’t do that? Register in advance to receive a Zoom link.
Join Rising Song Institute's Deborah Sacks Mintz and Rabbi Yosef Goldman for an in-depth exploration of a nigun connected to the week’s Sefira. We’ll finish these 15 minute sessions with a meditative musical counting of the Omer. Join via Facebook Live on Hadar's Rising Song Institute's Facebook page.
Counting of the Omer with Rabbi Elie Kaunfer
Sunday-Saturday (excluding Shabbat);
In the deep isolation that defines our moment, many have felt the days and weeks blur into each other. The Omer presents a rare opportunity to demarcate our time with Torah, ritual, and community. Register below to receive a Zoom link, or join us on Hadar's Facebook page.
Join Rabbi Tali Adler twice a week for a brief engagement with a midrash on the week's Torah reading. Together we will read a short passage and mine it for insights on the text and our religious lives. Register in advance to receive a Zoom link.
Come learn the fourth chapter of Sanhedrin (אחד דיני ממונות, beginning on 32a) as we explore issues around civil and criminal procedure in rabbinic law. A perfect class both for people with a background in Talmud as well as adventurous learners ready to jump into the original text with guide. Recommended to bring your own text. Advanced registration required.
You can also join our classes in Hebrew from our Beit Midrash in Israel. Check out their offerings here.
As we continue to cater our Spring and Summer programming to the current moment, we want to hear from you!
We're excited to continue offering programming that cultivates a sense of community and reflects Hadar's ideals. So we can better understand what you are looking for as we build our upcoming program calendar, we'd appreciate if you could please take a few moments to fill out this brief survey.
We know that the transition to social distancing has been challenging, but we are here with you and are grateful to be able to learn altogether, albeit virtually.