Posted on October 17, 2021 by Hannah Greenberg
This blog post was written by Hannah Greenberg is a second-year student at Pardes and part of the Pardes Day School Educators Program, Cohort 21. Last weekend, taking advantage of the last of our gorgeous summer weather, we went on our first Pardes Shabbaton to the Galil. Taking the Sanhedrin trail we walked the path Continue Reading »
Posted on December 2, 2020 by Hannah Greenberg
This Take 5 was delivered on November 26, 2020, by Pardes Center for Jewish Educators student Hannah Greenberg (Cohort 21). Additionally, she delivered a longer shiur and siyum with Sefaria on Tractate Eruvin. You can watch it here: Sefaria Siyum. To read from Hannah’s source sheet please click here.
Posted on September 24, 2020 by Hannah Greenberg
This poem was written by 2020-21 year student Hannah Greenberg, as a reflection piece for Yom Kippur based on the Teshuva reflection session give by Dr. David Bernstein to students before the holiday break. “For I know that You are a compassionate and gracious God, slow to anger, abounding in kindness, renouncing punishment. ֽה׃” ִכּ֣י Continue Reading »