Streicker attracts some of the most renowned figures in American politics, art, law and entertainment. So spend an evening with a president or secretary of state, or serve on the jury at a mock trial of the Biblical Noah, with Alan Dershowitz serving as prosecutor. Meet your favorite author, debate the most challenging issues of our day with prominent journalists, enjoy fantastic music and sample how today’s chefs are reimagining your favorite foods. New ideas. Unique performances. The cutting edge of Jewish culture.
At Streicker, we’ve brought the cheder out of the shtetl and into the 21st century. At our Skirball Academy, you can explore the sublime, sample the unusual and brush up on the practical. Held in the afternoons and evenings, classes are taught by expert authors, professors and learned rabbinical scholars.
Traveling with the Streicker Center doesn’t just offer fascinating landscapes and landmarks, fine hotels, great food and terrific guides. Each of our journeys is also carefully designed to provide you with unique insight into Jewish history and/or life, the opportunity to meet with members of the local community and an experience in the warmth of the Streicker Center family. We’ve already explored Jewish Cuba and Morocco, the culinary scene in Israel, Jewish history in Italy and joined the March of the Living in Poland and Israel. You are invited to join us on our next adventure.
What Does Judaism Have to Say?
Struggling with today’s cascade of political and social controversies? Why not discover what Judaism has to say about them? There’s no better person to guide you through Jewish thought about contemporary issues than Rabbi David Wolpe, a gripping speaker and bestselling author named the most influential rabbi in America by Newsweek and one of the 50 most influential Jews in the world by The Jerusalem Post. Tickets available for single sessions on Immigration, Abortion, Women’s Rights, and Helping Ourselves and Others. Or click below and get tickets to all five presentations.
Friday Night Live
Whether Temple Emanu-El is your regular Friday night destination or you are a first-timer, please join our community. End your week by experiencing the magic of Shabbat in our historic sanctuary — along with our special guests, the Students of Parkland, Florida. This event is free and open to the public, with an extended Oneg Shabbat reception with live music to follow. Click the link below to see the promo video, click here to register for the event. Friday, March, 29, 6:00 PM.