Upcoming Events

16 Oct

HIAS Action DC: Special Exhibition Tour at the U.S Holocaust Memorial Museum
Please join us for a private tour of a new special exhibition at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Americans and the Holocaust, followed by a discussion.
19 Oct

National Refugee Shabbat at Temple Isaiah of Lexington
Join HIAS, Temple Isaiah of Lexington, and congregations across the United States as together we deepen our understanding of today’s global refugee crisis, connect to the national Jewish movement for refugees, celebrate local acts of welcome and recommit to putting our values into action.
19 Oct

National Refugee Shabbat at Temple Micah
Join HIAS, Temple Micah, and congregations across the United States as together we deepen our understanding of today’s global refugee crisis, connect to the national Jewish movement for refugees, celebrate local acts of welcome and recommit to putting our values into action.
19 Oct

National Refugee Shabbat at Kehillat Israel Synagogue
Join HIAS, Kehillat Israel Synagogue, and congregations across the United States as together we deepen our understanding of today’s global refugee crisis, connect to the national Jewish movement for refugees, celebrate local acts of welcome and recommit to putting our values into action.
19 Oct

National Refugee Shabbat at Larchmont Temple
Join HIAS, Larchmont Temple, and congregations across the United States as together we deepen our understanding of today’s global refugee crisis, connect to the national Jewish movement for refugees, celebrate local acts of welcome and recommit to putting our values into action.
19 Oct

National Refugee Shabbat: Harlem Edition
Break bread. Hear stories. Based in Harlem, Kehillat Harlem, JCC Harlem, Harlem Moishe House, Repair the World NYC:Harlem are proud participants in National Refugee Shabbat.
19 Oct

National Refugee Shabbat at Congregation Beth Elohim
Join HIAS, Congregation Beth Elohim, and congregations across the United States as together we deepen our understanding of today’s global refugee crisis, connect to the national Jewish movement for refugees, celebrate local acts of welcome and recommit to putting our values into action.

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