A Virtual “Taste of Me’ah” – Hebrew College’s extraordinary adult learning program

meah_logoCurious about Hebrew College’s Me’ah program?

Come enjoy a free “Taste”

Discover Hebrew College’s Community Education Me’ah program, the amazing 100-hour, two-year journey through Jewish history that provides adults of all backgrounds with a foundation in Jewish culture and civilization.

Questions? Email meah@hebrewcollege.edu

A Zoom link will be sent to all registrants a few days before the session.

Centennial Zoom Alumni Reunion


Join our virtual alumni reunion before Hebrew College’s Centennial Celebration livestream

Calling all alumni who plan to join us virtually for Hebrew College’s Centennial Celebration livestream on June 2 at 7:30 p.m. (EST)

  1. Haven’t made your reservation to attend the Centennial Celebration livestream? RSVP now.
  2. Want to join us for our special alumni virtual class reunion at 7 p.m. to connect with former classmates before joining the livestream at 7:30 p.m.?   We will gather as an alumni community before entering decade-specific Zoom breakout rooms with both an alumni host and a current student. RSVP here and we will send you the Zoom link the week of the event.

We look forward to seeing you online on June 2!

Centennial Celebration Event Livestream

We hope you will register to join the livestream of our special Centennial Spring Event, “Remember, Renew, Reimagine,” which immediately follows the virtual reunion. Please click here to register for the Centennial Celebration program livestream.

Centennial website

If you haven’t seen the Centennial website, check out our Centennial stories, profiles, photos, and more.

19th Annual Connie Spear Birnbaum Memorial Lecture

Hebrew College is proud to be a co-sponosr of the Synagogue Council for the 19th Annual Connie Spear Birnbaum Memorial Lecture on Sunday, May 1, 2022 at 5 p.m.. The lecture will feature keynote speaker Amos Yadlin whose topic will be A New Middle East? Israel After the Abraham Accords.

The lecture will be a multi-access event. Attendees may elect to participate on-site at Congregation Beth El-Atereth Israel (561 Ward Street, Newton) or via Zoom.

Celebrating Lucinda Mosher & The Georgetown Companion to Interreligious Studies

Companion of Interreligious Studies book coverOn May 5, the Journal of Interreligious Studies will honor its Senior Editor, Dr. Lucinda Mosher, on the occasion of her 75th birthday and the publication of The Georgetown Companion to Interreligious Studies, for which she served as editor. The Journal is a joint publication of the Miller Center for Interreligious Learning & Leadership at Hebrew College, Boston University School of Theology, and Hartford International University for Religion and Peace.

Lucinda MosherDr. Lucinda Mosher

Dr. Mosher is a moral theologian in the Anglican tradition. She is Faculty Associate in Interfaith Studies at Hartford International University for Religion and Peace, where she teaches courses on America’s religious diversity, comparative theology, chaplaincy in multifaith contexts, and Christian-Muslim relations.


12:50-1 PM
Opening Music & Slides (recording of Lucinda playing)

1:00-1:05 PM
Welcome – Rev. Tom Reid, Miller Center of Hebrew College

1:05-1:10 PM
Honoring Dr. Mosher
Joel Lohr, Hartford International University for Religion & Peace

1:10-2 PM
Georgetown Companion Chapters

  • Rabbi Or Rose, Miller Center of Hebrew College
  • Wakoh Shannon Hickey, Callabria Care
  • Rita Sherma, Graduate Theological Union
  • Timur Yuskaev, Hartford International University for Religion & Peace
  • Moderator — Vineet Chander, Princeton University

2:00-2:10 PM
Blessings for Lucinda

  • Bilal Ansari, Hartford University for Religion & Peace
  • Preeta Banerjee, Tufts University
  • Kathryn Lohre, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America & Rev. Margaret Rose, The Episcopal Church

2:10-2:15 PM
Announcement of Festschrift in Honor of Lucinda

  • Interreligious Engagement & the Arts
  • Axel Takacs, Journal of Interreligious Studies & Hussein Rashid, Islamicate

2:15-2:20 PM
Remarks from Our Honoree
Lucinda Mosher, Hartford International University for Religion & Peace

Rev. Tom Reid, Associate Director, Miller Center of Hebrew College

Opening Music & Slides (recording of Lucinda playing)


Preparing Our Hearts for Passover and Easter

Join us IN-PERSON and ONLINE for an exploration of theological, ritual, and vocational commonalities, & differences. Prepare personally for the upcoming holy days and make meaningful connections with your theological colleagues.

Date: Friday, April 8, 2022
Time: 8:30 am-12:00 p.m.
Location: Temple Beth Zion, 1566 Beacon St., Brookline, MA 02446 OR Online

Vaccination required for in-person attendance.

Event Co-SPonsors

Hebrew College, Boston University, Boston College, Harvard Divinity School, and BTI (Boston Theological Interreligious Consortium)


8:30 a.m. — Schacharit (Jewish Morning Service, open to all)
Led by: Joshua Greenberg & Batya Ellinoy, Hebrew College

9 a.m. – Breakfast

9:15 – 9:30 a.m. — Welcome & opening Meditation(s)
Welcome: Dr. Andrew Davis, Boston College STM
Liturgical Dance: Gabriella Makuc (Boston University STH)

9:30 – 10:30 a.m. — Plenary Session: “Embodying Hope”
Moderated by: Dr. Stephanie Edwards, BTI

Dr. Dominic Doyle, Boston College STM
Dr. Filipe Maia, Boston University STH
Rev. Dr. Theodore Hickman Maynard, Harvard Divinity School
Rabbi Gita Karasov, Hebrew College

10:30 – 10:40 a.m. — PAUSE

10:40 – 11:30 a.m.  – Small Group Discussions
Moderated by Students from Harvard Divinity School, Hebrew College, Boston College School of Theology & Ministry, and Boston University School of Theology

11:30-11:40 a.m. — PAUSE

11:40 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. — Musical reflection & Closing Ritual
Stephanie Hollenberg, Harvard Divinity School
Dr. Judith Oleson, Boston University STH



A Peek into Hebrew College Teen Beit Midrash

Honi and Moshe: Adaptation and Resilience

Are you curious about what is happening lately at Teen Beit Midrash? Join us on Zoom on March 31, at 7 p.m., for a peek into the wonderful learning that is going on together.

Together we will learn a text that our students have struggled with about Honi, who sleeps for 70 years. We will then compare Honi with another “time traveling” leader and talk about how their responses differ when confronted with the unusual and unexpected.

Rabba Claudia will lead us through these texts and then help us think about how these texts could be relevant to our lives today.

This event is free. Please consider a donation to help keep Teen Beit Midrash at Hebrew College affordable for all who want to be involved.

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