What do you mean by hospitality, learning, and service?

What do you mean by hospitality, learning, and service?

Hospitality means we open our homes for Shabbat and holiday meals, as well as learning and discussion groups. Learning is a broad term for the study of Jewish ideas and texts, both ancient and contemporary. Unless specified for a particular study group, no previous background is needed. Service means understanding what needs exists in our neighborhoods and getting up to help. Service is the actualization of our values.

So, what can I expect if I join the Base community?

So, what can I expect if I join the Base community?

Experience the Jewish calendar

 

Learn from Jewish texts and tradition

 

Develop a Jewish social network


Build a relationship with a Jewish mentor


Engage in the Jewish value of service


Encounter Jewish diversity

What’s the big picture?

What’s the big picture?

We’re building...

 

A generation of young Jews that see themselves as a part of the Jewish family. 


A generation of young Jews living lives of meaning, purpose, and joy. 


A generation of young rabbinic couples acting as pluralistic communal organizers and spiritual leaders.


Strong networks of young Jews that celebrate, learn, and serve together.


Areas where young Jews live serving as central hubs of Jewish life.


Stronger local communities.