ONLINEChad Gadya: A Kaleidoscope of Connections

March 29, 2020 Free
Rabbi Neal Gold (Courtesy photo)
Rabbi Neal Gold (Courtesy photo)

Join us for “Chad Gadya: A Kaleidoscope of Connections” with Rabbi Neal Gold.

Chad Gadya is a beloved song that has closed the Passover seder since late medieval times. But what is it? A simple children’s folksong? A parable of divine retribution in the face of Jewish suffering? Or something more allegorical and mystical about our human interconnectedness? We’ll explore traditional, mystical, and modern commentaries from the past four centuries to shed light on this favorite, but perplexing, Jewish song.

As our lives have moved online during these challenging days, Hebrew College invites you to come together virtually to delve into new ideas, nurture your mind and spirit, and find joy and inspiration through Jewish learning.

Hebrew College is collaborating with CJP to provide free online adult learning experiences on a range of dynamic Jewish topics. Join us on Zoom to learn from 12 outstanding teachers from the Greater Boston community.

To learn more about our online classes, click here.
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We hope you will take advantage of these adult learning opportunities to build community and connection during these complicated times.

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