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Contact Michelle Onufer ( to sponsor any portion of the weekend.
Your sponsorship helps to ensure that TBESOC can continue to provide future opportunities to learn with resident scholars.

Thursday, March 16

12:30 pm -  Online - Co-Sponsored with the Community Scholars Program

Watch Party at TBESOC! 

The Neo-Hasidic Renewal of Judaism: Learning from the Hasidic Masters

Friday, March 17

6:30 pm - Soul Spark Shabbat with Rabbi K’vod, Cantor Young, and Rabbi David Ingber

7:30 pm - Dinner and Teaching with Rabbi Ingber
Human Difference, Divine Dignity: Towards a Theology of Radical Inclusion

  • Meal (Member) = $25 each
  • Meal (Non-Member) = $36 each
  • Speaker ONLY (member) = Free
  • Speaker ONLY (Non-Member) = $18

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Registration Ends March 15th.

Saturday, March 18

9:15 am - Romemu Saturday Morning Service with Rabbi Ingber and Rabbi K’vod

12:00 pm - Community Lunch and Teaching
No Birth Without Breaking: Cosmic and Human Healing and Flourishing

7:30 pm - Dessert and Teaching (Sustainers Only)
Creating a Community of Obligation: The Journey From Consumption to Covenant

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About Rabbi David Ingber

Rabbi David A. Ingber serves as the founding rabbi of Romemu, the largest Renewal synagogue in the United States. Rabbi Ingber founded Romemu in NYC in 2006, following his ordination by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, Founder of the Jewish Renewal movement. Over the past decade plus, Romemu has grown into a weekly home for thousands of people, a growing membership of over 1,000 in its two physical locations (Manhattan and Brooklyn) and a growing online global membership. Rabbi Ingber also founded Romemu Yeshiva, the first fully egalitarian Yeshiva (immersive learning center), dedicated to mystical and meditative Jewish learning and practice.

Raised Modern Orthodox in New York, Rabbi Ingber studied at Ramaz, Yeshiva University, Beit Midrash L’Torah, Yeshivat Chaim Berlin, and Yeshivat Chovovei Torah Rabbinical School. He also studied philosophy, psychology and religion at New York University.

Rabbi Ingber’s distinct approach to Torah, rabbinical teaching, and ritualistic practice is informed by his own personal seeking and learning from a wide cross-section of sacred traditions and faiths. He is enlightened by Jewish mysticism and Hasidut, fusing these beliefs with those of other ancient philosophies and world views. Particular influences include 18th Century Kabbalist and Founder of Hasidut, Rabbi Yisrael Ba’al Shem Tov; the great 19th Century Ishbitzer Rebbe, R. Mordechai Leiner; and leading 20th Century thinkers from Kabbalist, Rav Abraham Isaac Kook to psychologist, Carl Jung.

Rabbi Ingber was named by Newsweek as one of the top 50 most influential rabbis in the United States as well as by The Forward as one of the 50 most newsworthy and notable Jews in America. A major 21st Century Jewish thinker and educator, his rich perspective, open heart and mind, and full-bodied approach to Jewish learning has brought him to speak worldwide. He serves on the faculty for the Wexner Heritage Program, and the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America and Israel, and was an AJWS Global Justice Fellow. Rabbi Ingber has lectured extensively on the topics of spirituality, theology, Jewish mysticism, prayer, and meditation. He lives in Manhattan with his wife Ariel and their three children.

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