These and Those

Musings from Students of the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem

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Radical amazement on Pardes’ end-of-year Shabbaton

Posted on May 30, 2012 by Soffer

Originally posted on the Masa blog a couple weeks ago: By Jordan Soffer, Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies This past Shabbat Pardes had a tiyul and Shabbaton to the Galil. Prior to the tiyul, while briefly skimming the itinerary, I imagined that this Shabbaton would be the same as every Shabbaton I have been on since Continue Reading »

Celebrating Robby Grossman’s Newborn Daughter

Posted on May 24, 2012 by Andrea Wiese

Pardes is excited to welcome Bracha Ariel to our community! MAZAL TOV to Robby Grossman and the Grossman family! 😀

Jerusalem Day

Posted on May 23, 2012 by Yishai

Originally posted on my blog: Jerusalem Day On the twenty-eighth of Iyar A battle was fought, With G-d’s help, we won, Against annihilation. Jerusalem, are we worthy of you? When will we live up to your name? Do we deserve these holy places? We were not worthy of leaving Egypt, What is different now? Oh, Continue Reading »

Photos from Tiyul to Tel Aviv

Posted on May 22, 2012 by Cheryl Stone

Photos from Pardes Tel Aviv Tiyul

Posted on May 16, 2012 by Yishai

Photos originally posted on my blog:

Route of the Patriarchs, דרך האבות

Posted on May 7, 2012 by Andrea Wiese

  Yesterday after noon, Pardes took a mini-tiyul/trip, to Gush Etzion.  It is a group of settlements that fell into Jordanian hands on May 13, 1948, the day before Israel declared independence. The dates that they were re-established are listed below.

Tiyul to Gush Etzion

Posted on May 7, 2012 by Cheryl Stone

Yesterday, our community took a trip to Gush Etzion, and traveled down the Way of the Patriachs. Afterwards, I put a bunch of photos from the tiyul to music… enjoy! 🙂

Bethlehem

Posted on May 1, 2012 by Andrea Wiese

Last weekend I went to Bethlehem with some friends from school. There were many tourists there, as to be expected. But it was a gorgeous day, so nothing could really be bad. We went into the Church of the Nativity and the line to see the spot where Jesus was born was three/four hours long. Continue Reading »

Hanukkah in Jerusalem 2011

Posted on April 27, 2012 by Cheryl Stone

Photos from Shilo Trip

Posted on April 25, 2012 by Cheryl Stone

Last semester, I visited Shilo with the Pardes Social Justice Track. It was so cool! Its funny but we just don’t think of that as being the first holy site, or at least I don’t. The mishkan was there nearly 400 years! Click on the photos to enlarge them: