Liberal Judaism’s Education Hub concludes for this term on Wednesday 14 December at 7.30pm with a session delivered by Rabbi Gabriel Kanter-Webber on Liberal Jewish values and social engagement
Describing his session, Gabriel said: “What connects Noah’s ark and the soup protest in the National Gallery? This session will explore the Liberal Jewish values behind engaging with issues in the wider world.”
To register for the Education Hub and receive the Zoom link, please click here. You can watch the videos for previous sessions for this term, focussed on Liberal Jewish values, below:
Wednesday 9 November: Rabbi Charley Baginsky – Post-Holocaust thinking and its influence on Liberal Jewish values – watch here.
Wednesday 16 November: Rabbi Dr Judith Rosen-Berry and Rabbi Dr Michael Shire – Ethical Monotheism and Liberal Jews: The God Life or the Good Life? – watch here.
Wednesday 23 November: Rabbi Alexandra Wright – The influence of the prophets on contemporary Liberal Jewish values – watch here.
Wednesday 30 November: Rabbi Dr Charles Middleburgh – How the Psalms inspire Liberal Jewish values – watch here.
Wednesday 7 December: Rabbi Neil Janes – Rabbinic Literature and its relevance to Liberal Jewish Values today
Wednesday 14 December: Rabbi Gabriel Kanter-Webber – Liberal Jewish values and social engagement
This year, Liberal Judaism’s Education Hub Series has been celebrating 120 years of our movement.
The first sessions celebrated the people who have inspired us, from Lily Montagu and Rabbi Leo Baeck to Rabbi John Rayner and Rosita Rosenberg.
A second term examined how we practise – both in prayer and through the Liberal Jewish values of equality, inclusion and activism – while the third looked at Liberal Jewish Thought.
You can watch all previous sessions on Liberal Judaism’s YouTube channel, here.
We are proud to make Education Hub classes available for free, to ensure that everyone has access. However, if you are able to, please consider making a donation to Liberal Judaism.
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