For most Jewish communities around the world, Elul is a month of self-examination, relationship development and communal introspection. And for most rabbis, it is ideally all those things, while also being the busiest time of year – when rabbis, cantors and spiritual leaders are called upon to lead services, offer words of inspiration and solace and visit those in need… sounds like that could be stressful!
So come join us for a recharge and…
- Exchange High-Holiday sermon notes with colleagues
- Get your Tequila, Teshuva and Tzedakah on
- Raise your voice with some of New York’s (and beyond) finest rabbis!
- Meet with potential thought-partners from a diverse network of rabbis and spiritual leaders.
- Explore together: What is or should be the call of the Shofar for 2018-5778/5779? What is it that we the Jewish people need to hear? What is it that the world needs to hear: a call of resistance? a call for dialogue? a call for cultural humility?
We do not have all the answers, but what we do know is that gathering as rabbis, as friends and as co-workers, is essential to building relationships across denominational, political and social lines.
What is a #RabbisRecharge?
The intention behind these gatherings originated with the questions of where do we as rabbis/spiritual leaders go – especially when our spiritual, communal and professional lives are often one in the same – to recharge and refresh while also drawing strength from each other? Do rabbis have a community platform to join with others rabbis and cultivate a community space for rabbis in general?
Why Hazon Cares about YOU:
As the Jewish lab for sustainability, Hazon strongly believes that rabbis need a place to consider both the outward sustainability of their community organizations while also considering the sustainability of their inner-world and self.
All. Are Welcome. Always.