Sign up here us for our on-going series, The Torah of Organizing. This time, Rabbi Aryeh Bernstein will lead us through a Torah study on the topic of shmita, the Jewish “sabbatical year” where we don’t harvest the fields, indentured servants are released, and many debts are cancelled. What do these things mean for us in 2021? Join us to talk about exactly that question with other JCUA members!
This will be an interactive, havruta (paired-learning) event. This will be an all-levels-are-welcome space, so if you’ve never explored Torah in this way before, this is a perfect place to start. All you need is curiosity and the desire to learn with other JCUA community members!
This session will be on Zoom, and will take place on Wednesday, December 15, from 6:30-7:45PM.
In addition, Lily Ginsberg and Maetal Gerson will be hosting a pre-event communal space for young adults and JCUA college fellowship alumni to process and connect through art and discussion before diving into the text study with the larger community.