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ROME FOOD TOUR
PURIM TRIP TO TEL AVIV
From the non-Jewish participants I learned that there is also an idea that events and traditions of religions that are not one’s own are (wrongly) believed to be inaccessible to those not of that religion. I had one non-Jewish friend say he was worried he would do something wrong during the Seder. It was so important that the non-Jewish students enjoyed the Seder, not simply for exposure to Jewish culture, but to learn that other religions and traditions are accessible and that meaning can be drawn from them.
Finally, I was reminded of the value of the Jewish community from the many friends who shared how happy they (and their parents) were that they participated in a Seder even when far from home.“” job_position=”SEDER IN ST. ANDREWS”]
SEDER IN ST. ANDREWS
A TRIP TO BUDAPEST
SHABBAT IN PARIS
PURIM IN MELBOURNE
SPRING BREAK IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE
SHABBAT AND JEWISH LEARNING IN AMSTERDAM, VERONA, AND VENICE
AMSTERDAM AND THE ANNE FRANK HOUSE
WEEKEND TRIP TO VIENNA
JEWISH LIFE IN TOKYO
Later that weekend, we went to Toledo and got to see two medieval synagogues. I’d learned about the Jewish community of Toledo before, but it was so inspiring to see the synagogues in person and to see the museum of Sephardi Jewish history. My favorite part was the Ezrat Nashim of the synagogue, which was also a museum of daily life, and seeing the different artifacts that used to belong to the community.“”]