Today is July 23, 2014 -

Center on Campus

Arba Kanfot – The Center On Campus program  offers enrichment activities for overseas students studying in Israeli Universities and is committed to “Klal Yisrael”, “Tikkun Olam” and the greater community.

The program provides Shabbat dinners, Shabbatonimhevruta study, holiday programs, religious services, home hospitality, religious counseling, leadership development and support in time of need.
It facilitates contact with local Kehillot on an ongoing basis throughout the academic year.

If you are Israel bound, contact Rabbi Ed Romm at romm@uscj.org.

Our Campus program is funded in part by the Tikun Olam of USY and the Jewish Agency for Israel.

 

SHAVUOT PROGRAMS – JUNE 3 – 4

FREE LIGHT BUFFET DAIRY DINNER for OVERSEAS
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS, Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Where: At the Fuchsberg Jerusalem Center’s Conservative Yeshiva Beit Midrash,
8 Agron Street, Jerusalem. (not in the guest house).

When: The meal will follow Religious Services at Moreshet Yisrael Synagogue
4 Agron Street, which begin at 7:40 p.m.

RSVP for the dinner - romm@uscj.org.

Tikun Layl Shavuot – All Night Study
6 Sivan 5774 – Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Sessions take place in Moreshet Yisrael Synagogue, 4 Agron Street
and the public is invited.

10:30 p.m. INTRODUCTION - Rabbi Ed Romm, Director of Education, Fuchsberg Jerusalem Center.
10:45 p.m. A. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THEOLOGY AND HALACHA  Rabbi Dr. Joel Roth, Rosh Yeshiva of the Conservative Yeshiva, is the Louis Finkelstein Professor of Talmud and Jewish Law at the Jewish Theological Seminary. He formerly served as Dean of the Rabbinical School at JTS and Chair of the Rabbinical Assembly’s Committee on Jewish Law and Standards.

 B. המאבק בין משה רבינו והמלאכים
Rabbi Mordecai Silverstein, Senior Lecturer, Conservative Yeshiva & Project Oded           

12:00 a.m.  A. MEMORY AND HOPE: Memory of Sinai defines us as Jews and provides hope & Inspiration for the future.
Peta Jones Pellach, Director of Educational Activities, The Elijah Interfaith InstituteB. תורה מסיני: מה באמת חשבו חכמי הדורות על המוסג
Rabbi Mordecai Silverstein
1:15 A.M. WINE GLADDENS THE HEART!
Rabbi Ed Romm
2:30 a.m. A VARIETY OF SESSIONS FOR YOU TO CHOOSE!
Lead by:
Philip Gibbs, JTS rabbinical student
Sarah Myerson, JTS cantorial student
Marcus Rubenstein , Ziegler rabbinical student
Danny Shapiro, Ziegler rabbinical student
4:00 a.m. Walk to the Kotel

The Shavuot program is in cooperation with Moreshet Yisrael Synagogue Special thanks to the Jewish Agency for its support.

 General Synagogue Information:
Ramot Zion Conservative/Masorti Synagogue, 68 Bar Kochba street, French Hill. An egalitarian synagogue just a five minute walk from the Hebrew University Student Village. Daily Minyan: 6:30 am. (7:00 am. on Fridays). Friday Night: 6:30 pm. during summer time. Saturday Morning: 8:45 am. Shabbat Mincha: after Kiddush on Saturday during the winter

Kehilat Tiferet Shalom, Rozin Center- Rechov Drezner 2a, Ramat Aviv Gimel is a Masorti, egalitarian community, minutes from the Brodetsky and Einstein dorms of Tel Aviv University.

Home Hospitality for Shabbat and Holidays can be arranged – but please contact us as far in advance as possible.

Contact Us

Questions? Comments? Just want to get involved? We are here for you! Contact Rabbi Ed Romm, Director of Education & Campus Programs. Telephone 02-625-6386 Ext. 22.