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Educational Events

ITIM Founder & Director, Rabbi Seth Farber, PhD, is a popular speaker at conferences, synagogues, and other venues. In recent years, Rabbi Farber has spoken at:

USA
Baron Hirsch Congregation, Memphis, TN
Beth Jacob Congregation, Beverly Hills, CA
Boca Raton Synagogue, Boca Raton, FL
Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, New York, NY
Congregation Rinat Yisrael, Teaneck, NJ
Congregation Shaarei Tefillah, Newton Center, MA
Congregation Shearith Israel, New York, NY
Congregation Sherith Israel, Nashville, TN
Darchei Noam, St. Louis Park, MN
Davar Institute, Teaneck, NJ
Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA
Hebrew Institute of Riverdale, Bronx, NY
Limmud North America
Lincoln Square Synagogue, New York, NY
Young Israel of Brookline, Brookline, MA
Young Israel of Century City, Los Angeles, CA
Young Israel of Great Neck, Long Island, NY
Young Israel of Hollywood-Ft. Lauderdale, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Young Israel of Kew Garden Hills, Queens, NY

UK
Edgware Synagogue, Edgware
Limmud UK
Western Marble Arch Synagogue, London

Australia
Limmud OZ
Mizrachi Synagogue, Melbourne

ITIM staff also participate in educational events at community centers, synagogues, and other venues throughout Israel.

Contact office@itim.org.il to bring Rabbi Farber or an ITIM expert to your community.


Recent Event

Rabbi Seth Farber, PhD
How Jewish is the Modern Jewish State? A View from the Frontlines
Limmud Festival 
December 29, 2020

Israel’s Chief Rabbinate is the supreme rabbinic authority for Judaism in Israel. But what kind of Judaism does the Rabbinate promote, and whose Judaism does it represent? How is the Rabbinate handling Israel’s pressing religious issues, such as the role of women in religious life, and the potential conversion to Judaism of nearly a half-million Israeli citizens from the former Soviet Union? Rabbi Farber will discuss the Rabbinate’s approach to Judaism based on current Israeli Supreme Court cases ITIM has brought against it.

 

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