Upcoming Events and Programs at the Jerusalem Campus
There are services in the Murstein Synagogue at 9:30 AM every Saturday morning.
Hallel Community Choir
- Thursday, Dec 27, 2007 at 5 PM – Archeology Lecture: The Discovery of King Herod's Tomb at Herodium (in Hebrew) with Ehud
- January 30-Feb 2, 2008 – Mid-year Colloquium: "Challenges and Opportunities: Jewish Leaders and the
Jewish Community" for all Year-in-Israel students with faculty from Jerusalem, LA, Cincinnati, and NY
HUC College Concerts
- Tuesday, Dec 4, 2007 at 8 PM – Beit Hatarbuyot, Jerusalem. Concert in memory of Jo Ann Morisson.
- Monday, December 10, 2007 at 5 PM – Festive Hanukkah Candle Lighting for Students and Faculty
- Friday, January 11, 2008 – Participation in the Kabbalat Shabbat services in the Har-El Synagogue,
celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Kehillah
- Tuesday, Feb 19, 2008 – Concert in Hod Yerushalayim Senior Citizens Home, Jerusalem
- Thursday, Dec 20, 2007 – Melodies and Prayers, Liturgical songs and art songs in Yiddish and Ladino featuring
HUC Cantorial Students, with Monica Fallon on piano.
- Thursday, Jan 17, 2008 – Allan Sternfield- Piano Recital
- Thursday, Feb 7, 2008 – The Cantor's Legacy: Cantors Eliyahu Schleifer, Jose Wolff and Tamar Havilio, pianist Aya
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