“You should not do unto others as you would not want them to do to you.” - Hillel
Did you know that Hillel taught that the entire Torah could be summarized while standing on one foot with just the above phrase?
That episode is part of a longer passage that teaches about anger, idolatry and humility, discipline, learning, knowledge, and the experience of the Divine.
Join us for a meaningful and informative Shabbaton to discuss this passage together with other teachings of the Sages and discover what Hillel has to teach us today about these abiding themes of anger, learning and spirituality.
-Friday Shabbat dinner at 5:45 p.m.: non-dairy with a vegetarian option. Registration is required.
-Adult Education program and 7:00 p.m.: The Danger of Anger - The Blessings of Humility
-Parallel youth activity for children during lecture.
-Kabbalat Shabbat services at 8:00 p.m.: Relationship and Trust Makes Learning Stick
-Saturday morning services at 9:30 a.m.: The Power of Being in the Divine Presence
-Learners' Service and Shorashim (Tot) Service for families.
-Lunch after services: Talk about The Hillel Narratives and discussion about Hillel’s influence on Jewish society
RSVP for the dinner by October 24th. Registration for the dinner is required.
$20.00 for ages 12+, $10.00 ages 5-11, free under 5
All other events are free and open to the entire community.