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Call For Proposals: Courses 2021 READ MORE
In our online world, our Newsletter is the most important way we can connect with our community. What you will find in our Newsletter: We host several online offerings a month, offer community-wide updates, and send announcements about how to become more involved. Don’t miss out! We are active year-round… READ MORE
REGISTER HERE! Steps for Registration: Fill out the above form and follow the directions that bring you to step 2 Pay Receive invite to pick your schedule! Registration FAQs Review Courses HERE Institute is Going Online July 19- August 2, 2020! For some 40 years, 300 plus people have gathered for… READ MORE
Thank you for joining us online this year: July 19- August 2 Moving Summer Institute online was a tough decision, but the Core Team and many volunteers have been creating an exciting program with fantastic courses, spiritual life offerings, davening, and time to hang out with friends! To register, fill out… READ MORE
These unprecedented times require creativity, flexibility, and inspiration. We are grateful to everyone who joined the Kehilla community gathering in May to provide input for online Institute. Your input was invaluable. The Core Team, with the support of many Havurahniks, has prepared an online Institute to run over two weeks,… READ MORE
We will be returning to the University of Hartford on for the week of July 26th-August 1st 2021 and the week of July 25th to 31st, 2022. READ MORE
Dear Havurahniks, With great sadness, love, and hope, I’m sharing the news that the Board, with the recommendation of the COVID19 Response Committee, voted to cancel in-person Institute this summer at Hartford and move programming online. We are deeply sad that we will not be gathering at Hartford in person… READ MORE
At the Summer Institute, every teacher is a student and every student is a teacher. People who are usually called “rabbi” or “professor” throughout the year go by their first names here. And people who rarely take active leadership roles in their communities discover that they, too, can teach and… READ MORE