Our Voices of Zion series on Loyalty, Solidarity, and Peoplehood: Tensions and Opportunities continues with Rabbi Mishael Zion, faculty in residence of the Shalom Hartman Institute in the San Francisco Bay Area.
At the December 2 session, Hanukkah, Zionism, and the Birth of Israel, Rabbi Zion will explore the meanings of Hanukkah in modern times and uncover the story of the Festival of Lights in the history of Israel.
You’ll also learn about UJA’s latest work to help New Yorkers get back on their feet.
Mishael Zion is faculty in residence of the Shalom Hartman Institute in the San Francisco Bay Area and the director of the Mandel Leadership Institute’s Program for Leadership in Israeli Jewish Culture. He served as co-director and rabbi of the Bronfman Fellowships. He is a co-author of Halaila Hazeh: An Israeli Haggadah and A Night to Remember: The Haggadah of Contemporary Voices.
Carol and Jerry Levin
Seryl Ritter and Buddy Skydell
Chair, Laurie Girsky
Vice Chairs, Staci Barber, Ellen Grossman, Joy Zelin