Explore “Windows on Teshuvah” With Project Zug
Sunday, August 8–Sunday, September 5, 2021 (Registration closes Friday, July 30, 2021)
Teshuvah, often translated as "repentance," is a central tenet in Jewish life, but takes on special significance leading up to the High Holidays. In partnership with the Hadar Institute’s Project Zug, we will explore how to embrace teshuvah practice with meaning and authenticity as an opportunity to spark real change in our lives.
Sign up with a learning partner (or allow us to match you with a fellow Central member) for text study sessions, live Zoom classes with Hadar’s Rabbi Shai Held, and a special weekly reflection from Rabbi Nicole Auerbach. Registration is free and open to members until July 30. Central members should check the Weekly Email for a special opportunity and offer.