Eco-conscious and spiritually uplifting holiday celebrations with diverse participants
Hazon’s holiday celebrations bring Jews together from All Streams to strengthen the transcendent connection we have to the wheel of the year and the cycles of nature. The Jewish community in all its diversity needs an atmosphere of complete immersion in our traditions and cultures. We provide that opportunity with 360-degree holiday retreats — transformative experiences that are available whether you’re participating in vibrant prayer services or taking a relaxing walk around the lake.
Our vision for a healthier and more sustainable community in the Jewish world and beyond is infused throughout all our holiday retreats. This includes sustainable farm-to-table meals and a focus on programing that connects each holiday to both its biblical and agricultural heritage.
Come enjoy the last Shabbat of the month of Elul – and the year 5779 – as we prepare for Rosh Hashanah with spirited, diverse prayer and deep learning in a beautiful setting.
In this series, Rabbi Yedidya Sinclair will argue that Talmud Ta’anit provides vital insights into how the Jewish community – and other faith communities – might respond to the acute crisis of COVID, and the creeping crisis of climate change.
This will be the third of three webinars co-sponsored by Hazon, JIFA, Jewish Veg, and Shamayim. More info to come.