Upcoming Events

The Shmita Project: An Exploration of the Biblical Sabbatical Tradition in the Modern World
Jun 13, 2022 - Aug 10, 2022
Sabes Center Minneapolis & Capp Center St. Paul, Minneapolis, Minnesota

This exhibit will be open, for in-person visits, from now – August 10, 2022 at the Sabes Center Minneapolis & Capp Center St. Paul. 

Jewish Call for Climate Action
Aug 11, 2022 - 12:00 pm EDT - 1:00 pm EDT

We are building a coalition engaging partners across the Jewish world, bringing together Jewish leaders and organizations to take climate action at pace and at scale–so that every Jewish community can find a way to get involved, to rise up, to be the change.

Michigan Jewish Food Festival
Aug 21, 2022 - 11:00 am EDT - 4:00 pm EDT

Join us for the 6th Annual Festival! We’re thrilled to gather together at a new location, DNR Outdoor Adventure Center, in the heart of some of Detroit’s most beautiful public spaces.

Rosh Hashanah at Isabella Freedman
Sep 25, 2022 - Sep 28, 2022
Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center, Falls Village, CT

Lively prayer services, deep teachings, immersion in a relaxing wooded venue, tashlich in our stream, community celebrations, and fabulous farm-to-table feasting. Traditional Egalitarian & Orthodox service options. Includes Camp Teva for kids!

Oct 9, 2022 - Oct 19, 2022
Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center, Falls Village, CT

Sukkahfest is a singular event – perhaps the most joyous, and almost certainly the most diverse celebration of the holiday of Sukkot on planet Earth. Includes Camp Teva for kids!

The 2022 Israel Ride
Nov 1, 2022 - Nov 8, 2022

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 (Spring 2023)
Mar 13, 2023 - Mar 31, 2023

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.