Beit Midrash Hatzerot
The Beit Midrash Hatzerot invites young men and women from all sectors, students, for an open air Beit Midrash program. They meet once a week in the heart of Khirbet Arza, to learn under the trees and stars, to ask big questions, and consider answers big and small. To create, sing, make music, write and journey through the courtyards of Jewish thought.
An outdoor Beit Midrash in the heart of Khirbet Arza, where young men and women meet to learn under the trees and under the stars. To ask big questions, consider answers big and small. To create, sing, make music, write.
Beit Yisrael is a cultural center celebrating Jewish culture old and new–Chassidic niggunim, piyyutim from the East, and modern Israeli artists; lectures on important figures from the Maggid of Mezritch to A.D. Gordon. We invite you to join us.
Be’erot is the discovery of hidden sweet waters in the soul within, When digging deep in blocked up wells, drawing from a shared village well.
The Be’erot program invites formal and informal educators to study contextual children’s development.
One morning of group discussion a week dedicated to building our approach and deepening our understanding of the educational role we play in so many lives.