On November 13th, Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz will celebrate nearly five decades of groundbreaking work translating the Talmud, making it accessible to all Jewish people. The Global Day of Jewish Learning will bring together Jewish communities around the world in a historic, unifying celebration.
The Jewish people will come together on November 13th in the exploration and celebration of their shared culture, texts and history.
While we are celebrating the momentous achievement of Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, we are also celebrating the text that unites Jews from around the globe. Participate in this celebration by learning in your own community or bringing a group of people together. Be a part of the celebration.
Rabbi Steinsaltz’s mission is based on the conviction that the foundational texts of our heritage belong to us all. It is upon this pillar that the Global Day of Jewish learning stands: the Day reminds us that - while we may be dispersed across the globe - we are bound together through our sacred sources and values.
For more information, contact Marci Wiseman at 305.576.4030, ext. 154