Teachers Beit Medrash
A beit midrash- seminar for teachers in the Israeli public school system, exploring themes of Jewish holidays, identifying topics that they choose to develop and supporting their individualized classroom curriculum.
Our powerful year-long fellowship for religious and secular youth exposes participants to concerns in the broader world and emphasizes their responsibility to it. Weekly seminars cultivate sensitivity to social causes, use Jewish texts as a guide, acquire skills to engage, and employ real-world hands-on service volunteering.
Hessed & Tzedek Fellowship
Our Programs connect diverse sectors of Israeli life to engage one another, build upon our commonality, appreciate our differences, and realize our rich future together. Through shared educational and social action programming, we are reimagining the Jewish Democratic Zionist state.
Incubator of Innovative Ideas for Doing Good
Supporting Meaningful Lifecycle Ritual
Our celebration of communal ritual pursues meaning and inclusivity. From daily routine, to the rhythm of the Jewish calendar and lifecycle events, we encourage active presence in ritual life. Our leadership of both men and women provide learned and sensitive mentorship and guidance.
Building within our “Start-Up Nation,” we attract bold, imaginative, and passionate individuals to apply creative ideas. We provide the infrastructure, network of support and resources to experiment with and bring forth new ideas for our spirited and shared journey.
From the makeup of our leadership to our choice to engage diverse populations, Moed advocates for the inclusion of various age groups, genders, people with special needs, and varied independent voices as fundamental to our vibrant community.
Our events highlighting Modern Israel’s diverse ethnic traditions, public colloquiums, and uniquely crafted Friday night teaser guides exploring core values - inspire and support meaningful dialogue. These conversations within families, amidst neighbors, colleagues, and between sectors are key to building a rich social fabric.
Our classes promote stimulating open inquiry of Jewish text where participants’ unique perspectives are solicited to enhance the exploration of our shared Jewish heritage. Our study forums range from seminars for public school teachers and living room study groups, to classes in the public library.