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Manger Winter Learning Seminar
January 7 - 11, 2018
Sponsored by the Manger Foundation
Join Hadar's beit midrash in an immersive week of Torah study, prayer, shared meals and conversation. You'll take part in an honest, dynamic, and multi-level exploration of Jewish texts with passionate teachers and committed peers.
In 2017, much of our learning focused on money. We asked questions such as:
- What is the Torah's vision(s) of a just economy?
- How much should I be willing to spend on doing a mitzvah?
- What is the function of tzedakah? Can tzedakah address wealth inequality in our world?
- What are the responsibilities of employers towards employees? Employees towards employers? Do consumers have responsibility to enforce work ethics?
- To what extent do I own my money? Does God, or do others, make claims on my money?
Learn with Hadar Faculty:
R. Elie Kaunfer, R. Ethan Tucker, R. Aviva Richman, R. Jason Rubenstein, and Dena Weiss.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- Is it for me? If you’re ages 18-30 and looking to deepen your Jewish life through learning, prayer and community then yes.
- When is it? January 7-11, 2018.
- How much does it cost? $200 for the week; $50 discount for referring friends. Includes daily breakfast and lunch.
- Where is it? The program will be held at Hadar's Beit Midrash, housed at the West End Synagogue, 190 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10023
- How do I apply? The application for the 2018 Manger Winter Learning Seminar will open in Fall 2017.
- How can I find out more? Contact Andrew Belinfante (firstname.lastname@example.org)