All events are held in accordance with the Ministry of Health requirements relevant for the particular day.

Details regarding regular services, Shabbat at 9:00 a.m. and Mondays at 6:30 a.m. may be found on the “Services” page.

The visit to Kfar Qasem has been postponed.

Join us for a Hannukah Party on Wed. 1 December at 17:00
Candle lighting
Please bring your Hannukiot with candles and matches
Songs With Assael Romanelli on guitar
Hannukah quiz
Sufganiot and latkes
Please register here so we know who’s coming with you and what can you bring
Yiscah Harani, magen David, papal flag
Vatican II: Changes in the Theological Position of Christianity towards Judaism
Yisca Harani Lecturer, advisor, researcher, and guide in the field of Christian history
Friday, December 10, 2021 at 10:30 (in Hebrew) for guests NIS 40

Regular classes in English

Weekly Torah Portion

Friday mornings at 9:30. Led by instructors from the community.
The weekly Torah portion from varied perspectives, with observations about how it relates to today’s world.
The schedule of teachers may be found on the Adult Education page.

On Zoom, please contact the office for the link. 

Signposts in Time 1st & 3rd Mondays at 19:30   4.10.21  7 Years: Shmitta: Then & Now (repeat of the class from June)   18.10.21 ; 1.11.21 1 Day Every Week: Shabbat   15.11.21; 6.12.21  8 Days in Winter: Hannukah Location details to be announced Subject to change; check the Hod veHadar e-mail announcements or website for updates, and details Classes in English, led by Shoshana Michael Zucker


Classes in Hebrew

Talmud class

Babylonian Talmud Tractate Baba Batra: Sundays at 19:45 – No class during Hanukkah.
with Rabbi Lionel Levy. In the library

Bible class on First Samuel

with Rabbi Tzvika Graetz. No class during Hanukkah.
The lessons will be designed that so both ‎Hebrew and English speakers can participate.‎ Wednesdays at 17:00 on Zoom. For the link, please contact Rabbi Graetz by e-mail, or WhatsApp 052-409-2211.
‎Please make sure your camera, speakers and microphone are connected.

Previous classes may be viewed on YouTube.‎

Shabbat class with Rabbi Graetz

Classes related to Shmitta, the Sabbatical year are planned for December 25, 2021 and January 22, 2022. Details will follow.