This Summer, the School of Jewish Communal Service at Hebrew Union College will be hosting a Seven-Part Luncheon Series exploring new models of community organizing and programming. Last summer, this series focused on new Jewish models of community and synagogue innovation. The primary focus of this series will be to examine models of community-building found outside of the Jewish communal system, as a means of extracting new ideas, best practices, and constructing some new organizational paradigms. Each program will feature a panel of representatives of different institutions, churches, and schools reflecting the specific theme of that session.
This lecture series is open to students, alumni, and friends of HUC-JIR.
Where: Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion/Los Angeles, 32nd and Hoover (Parking is available on the HUC Parking Lot), One Block from USC
When: Tuesdays (12:15 to 1:45) through August 8th
What: For additional details and reservations, contact Freddie Thomas, at HUCfthomas@huc.edu or call for reservations, 213-749-3424, ext. 4217. Guests are invited to bring their own lunch; beverages and dessert will be provided. Reservations are however required.
Tuesdays at Lunch Series: