There will be Kosher for Passover dining options again this year in Rathbone and Lower Cort for those on meal plans and for purchase. We will also be stocking up the Hillel house with plenty of Kosher for Passover snacks and ingredients for cooking.
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The Chaplains Office is pleased to be offering an Interfaith Dialogue Trip to Israel/Palestine over Spring Break. This will be an extraordinary chance to encounter the many religions and cultures of Israel and Palestine, learn their history, and hear how religions are trying to work together in areas of conflict. The trip will be highly subsidized. For more information please be in touch with Rabbi Danielle or Lloyd Steffen. Click here for the application.
Join Hillel along with the Chaplain's Office and Women's Center for the first Rosh Chodesh, where we will focus on women and spirituality.
AN IMAM AND A RABBI AN UNORTHODOX FRIENDSHIP Talk Back with Imam Khalid Latif and Rabbi Yehuda Sarna New York University “Of Many” program at Lehigh University supported by an interfaith dialogue and ethics grant from The Philip and Muriel Berman Foundation It's fifteen years after 9/11. With this and the Arab-Israeli conflict as a backdrop, “Of Many” documents the lives of Khalid Latif and Yehuda Sarna, the Muslim and Jewish Chaplains at New York University, and the development of their interfaith commitment to one another and to the communities they represent.
Thursday, September 29 | 7:30 p.m. Baker Hall, Zoellner Arts Center | Lehigh University Free non-ticketed event | Open to the public Free parking available at Zoellner Arts Center First-Year Students! Meets 5 x 10 Inclusive Leadership requirement. Click here to view the flier
April 23rd to April 30th
Lehigh Dining is expanding our offerings to include Kosher for Passover menu items.
Bring your family to the Jewish Student Center for Shabbat Services and Dinner tonight. Services begin at 6pm and dinner at 6:30pm. On the menu tonight - Bruschetta Chicken. All are welcome!
Read Rabbi Stillman's Yom Kippur Sermon here
Read Rabbi Stillman's Rosh Hashana Sermon Here