The Tikkun Olam Committee of OHALAH: the Association of Rabbis, Cantors and Rabbinic Pastors for Jewish Renewal has issued a statement on recent events, both natural and man made, ranging from extreme weather to hate speech to mass murder. Read the statement.
OHALAH, the Association of Rabbis for Jewish Renewal, includes more than 200 diverse rabbis who participate in the transformation and renewal of Judaism. We provide our rabbis with collegial support and opportunities for sharing in Jewish learning, life and practice. OHALAH also brings together cantors and rabbinic pastors for these same purposes.
Rabbi Shai Held, Ph.D.
The 20th annual OHALAH conference will take place Sunday through Wednesday, January 7-10, 2018, with a pre-conference Shabbaton from January 5-7. It will be held at the OMNI Interlocken Resort in Broomfield, CO.
Registration is now open.
We also connect online throughout the year to pray with one another, to share Torah teachings and resources, and to discuss our sacred work and the challenges facing our people, our communities, our world, and our mother earth. We challenge one another’s ideas and push one another to the limits of our minds and hearts, as did our sages of old.
Learn about ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal, an umbrella organization of the Jewish Renewal Movement, here.