Shmitta: A Year of Letting Go—Jewish Practices of Justice, Freedom and Equality
Hosted By: Hebrew College
Starting in the fall of 2021, the Jewish world will enter its “sabbatical” or Shmitta year. Shmitta means “letting go” or “releasing.” This ancient biblical practice of releasing debts, land and property is now being revived and reimagined by Jews around the world who are innovating ways of releasing for equal and social justice, spiritual nourishment and communal flourishing. Join Hebrew College Open Circle Jewish Learning as they explore the ancient wisdom in Jewish sources and integrate Shmitta practices. Participants will ultimately create their own Shmitta action plan for themselves and their communities.
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