Westchester Learning Immersive

At Hadar’s Westchester Learning Immersive, April 3-5, participants will find both teachers and peers who are passionate about learning Jewish texts deeply, critically, and sensitively. Join for three days of learning on topics such as the most important midrash of the Haggadah, different models of salvation in the Exodus narrative, and the role of women and sisterhood in the redemption process. 


During the Passover Seder, Jews all over the world read the Haggadah’s call to “go forth and learn.” We are instructed to be active participants in the Jewish story, to study the texts, ideas, and values that animate this holiday.


Hadar’s Westchester Learning Immersive will be held at Temple Israel Center, 280 Old Mamaroneck Rd, White Plains, as they welcome adults of all ages, denominations, and educational backgrounds. To deepen your connection to Jewish texts, this immersive learning experience will enrich your heart and mind and make this year’s Passover one to remember, organizers say. 


This in person program is sponsored by: Bet Am Shalom Synagogue; Bet Torah; Beth El Synagogue Center; Community Synagogue of Rye; Congregation B’nai Yisrael; Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester; Congregation Kol Ami; Congregation Kneses Tifereth Israel {KTI} ; Greenburgh Hebrew Center; Jewish Community Center of Harrison; The Leffell School; The Shames JCC on the Hudson; Temple Israel Center of White Plain; Temple Sholom; Westchester Board of Rabbis; Westchester Jewish Center; and Westchester Jewish Council.


For questions or to register write, programs@hadar.org.


The registration fee for this program will be on a sliding scale between $72-$360. The registration fee includes access to the full range of programming.