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Virtual Vacations

No need to pack your bags… just make sure your devices are fully charged for BT’s virtual vacations! Professional tour guides from Keshet Educational Journeys will transport you around the world and back in time to explore the Jewish history, people and culture of three destinations: biblical Jerusalem, “Golden Age” Cordoba and medieval Poland.

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  • Destination: Jerusalem

    Join Danny Ehrlich for a virtual guided tour in the Old City of Jerusalem. We’ll step back 2,700 years to the days of the prophets Isaiah and Jeremiah who walked and taught there and unravel some of the layers of the Jewish “love affair” with Jerusalem, as we gain insight into how Jerusalem became so important to the Jewish people.
  • Destination: Poland

    Join Danny Ehrlich for an overview of the story of the Jews of Poland past, present and future as we consider these questions: Why did medieval Poland welcome Jews when almost every other country in Europe was expelling its Jews? How did Jewish life flourish in Poland for more than 1,000 years despite rampant anti-Semitism? What is the truth about Poland vis-a-vis its Jews during the Shoah? What is the status of the Jewish community in Poland today?
  • Destination: Spain

    The 1,000-year Jewish story of Sepharad (Spain and Portugal) is one of triumph and despair. Join Keshet’s Kayla Ship for a virtual tour of Cordoba, home of Hasdai ibn Shaprut, Yehuda Halevi, and Maimonides, and impressive landmarks such as La Mezquita. Kayla Ship will highlight the “Golden Age” of Spain and its contribution to Hebrew poetry, science, medicine, and Jewish philosophy.
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  • Israel in the Galilean City of Capernaum

    Capernaum - How a Galilean Jewish Village Became Christian Pilgrimage Site

    Keshet’s Danny Ehrlich returns for our next trip to Israel. Learn about the Jewish roots of Christianity and see how daily life in a Jewish community of the second Temple period became the story of Jesus and his followers.
  • Jerusalem in the City of David

    David and Batsheva-The First "Me Too" Moment?

    Join Keshet Israel educator Kayla Ship for a careful reading of the story of David and Batsheva from 2 Samuel 11, highlighting the concept of Jewish political morality and the figure of David as a paradigm for teshuvah. In addition to the written text, we will look at "visual Midrash" to see how master painters have portrayed Batsheva, as well as listen to some contemporary music inspired by this well-known biblical story.
Beth Tfiloh Congregation
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One of the leading Modern Orthodox synagogues in America, with a diverse membership, and an extensive offering of religious services, classes and year-round Jewish programming for all ages.