The past 18 months has brought with it the destruction of many worlds irrevocably lost. As we begin to emerge from the pandemic, we are, thankfully, at a moment of beginning to rebuild some of these worlds: our families, our friendships, our communities, our organizations. In the liturgy of Rosh Hashana, we celebrate Rosh Hashana as the day in which the world is birthed, a day of possibility and creation. Join JPro and Hadar to explore what it means to rebuild from the ruins and ask how we, as Jewish community professionals, might partner with God in birthing the world anew this holiday season through acts of hesed, loving-kindness.
Zoom In with JPro
Zoom In with JPro provides access to learning and discussion with speakers, teachers, and leaders from within and beyond the Jewish nonprofit sector. Zoom In sessions often include small-group discussions to enable our members to meet new colleagues from across the diversity of our field.
Ha-Yom Harat Olam: We Are the Creators
This program will be facilitated by Rabbi Avi Strausberg, Director of National Learning Initiatives at Hadar
Monday, September 13
10 am – 11 am Pacific
11 am – Noon Mountain
Noon – 1 pm Central
1 pm – 2 pm Eastern