The Shabbaton Project
2014 saw the introduction of an inaugural student leadership Shabbaton (weekend retreat). The annual Shabbaton is now our signature program, sharing best practices by bringing students together with skilled educators and professionals in the field.
Strong communities need highly skilled leaders. We offer a range of training programs for volunteer and professional leaders in our communities.
“These are the things whose fruits we enjoy in this world while the principal remains for us in the world to come: honouring one’s father and mother; performing righteous deeds; and making peace between people. But the study of Torah is equal to them all.” Mishnah Pe’ah 1:1
Masorti Judaism is committed to social justice and using our power to fight for everyone who needs our help. Below are some of the ways we are making this happen, and more how you can get involved in our work to make the world a fairer place.
Start a Masorti community
If you and a group of friends would like to start a Masorti community, we would love to help and support you.
2020 Brandeis University (Waltham, Massachusetts)
2019 Columbia University (New York City)
2018 University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)
2017 Rutgers University (New Brunswick, New Jersey)
2016 Hofstra University (Hempstead, New York)
2015 University of Maryland, College Park
2014 The Jewish Theological Seminary (New York City)