Learn more about Hazon’s merger with Pearlstone.
Join us for five weeks in conversation with Rabbi Yedidya Sinclair about Rav Kook’s groundbreaking book “Shabbat HaAretz” (Shabbat of the Land), a meditation on shmita and the big themes that underlie Jewish environmentalism.
Join us to celebrate the histories of Pearlstone and Hazon, as we springboard into our shared future. We will be honoring Nigel Savage, who founded Hazon in 2000, and served as CEO until August 2021, and Richie Pearlstone, the visionary founder of Pearlstone Center.
Join us for an inclusive celebration of revelation that includes all-night learning, sunrise shacharit, a midnight hike to the top of the mountain, a pilgrimage parade with costumes and goats, outdoor fun for kids, and more. Includes Camp Teva for kids!
Hear more about the Israel Ride from our alumni. Then hop on your bikes for a fun ride! Brought to you by Israel Ride alumni & Team JNF Wisconsin captains, Cantor David & Debra Barash. This ride is open to all cyclists.
We have been offering annual summer camp experiences for adults since 1956 and are honored to continue this tradition by providing you with a warm and welcoming atmosphere for one of the best summer vacations you’ll ever have.
Israel Ride Across America
Sunday, July 24th, 2022
Lead or join a ride near you!
The Davvenen’ Leadership Training Institute (DLTI) offers a unique learning experience to help those who lead worship in a Jewish context to deepen the quality of communal prayer so that it activates the body, touches the heart, engages the mind, and nourishes spiritual growth and insight.
The Israel Ride is the premier cycling experience in Israel, benefiting the Arava Institute and Hazon. Enjoy cycling Israel, with routes for beginner to advanced cyclists. We also offer non-cycling with touring, or half riding/touring options.
Adamah at Home, is a three-week program to build food skills, ecological connection and Jewish community. The miracle of the internet will allow us to creatively continue the Adamah conversation, adapt some of the embodied and experiential elements of our programming to this current moment, and open up to a wider audience than we’ve ever been able to reach before.