Israel Events

Upcoming Events

The Jewish People Policy Institute (JPPI) Daily Webinar

Sunday through Thursday, 11 – 11:30 AM ET

JPPI is hosting daily webinars sponsored by Jewish Federations and the Jewish Agency. A rotating team of top analysts of Israeli military affairs, the US-Israel relationship, Israel’s political system and the country’s diverse society will speak. No registration is required. Join the Webinar here. 

Yom HaZikaron. A Community Vigil for the Fallen with Yadin Gellman, IDF Elite Unit Hero

Sunday, May 12, 4 PM, Private Location

Join us for the annual memorial for Yom HaZikaron, as we gather as a united community to remember the victims of October 7 and the soldiers lost in the ongoing war. This solemn, heartfelt vigil is our chance to ensure their memories are cherished and their sacrifices are not forgotten. Register here.

Many Voices, One Heart: A Concert In Solidarity With Israel

Monday, May 13, 7 PM, Adat Shalom Synagogue

Now more than ever, we need to come together to show our support for Israel and Jews around the world. Join us as we conclude Yom HaZikaron and begin Yom HaAtzmaut, celebrating 76 years since the founding of the State of Israel in song. Featuring community Shinshinit Ofri, Hazzan Daniel Gross, Marty Liebman, and more. Open to the community. Register here.

College Crisis Through A Jewish Lens with Rabbi Davey Rosen
(3 Week Series)

Thursday, May 23, May 26 and June 6, 7 PM, Virtual

Today’s college campuses can be challenging environments for students and staff who are supporters of Israel. Join us to explore the roots of anti-Israel sentiment on campus and strategies to manage the hate. Rabbi Davey will provide strength and guidance from traditional Jewish texts and teachings, and how they can help and support us in this difficult, daily campus culture.

Register here.

Yom Ha’Atzmaut: Walk the Zoo in White & Blue

Tuesday, May 28, 6:00-9:00 PM, Detroit Zoo

Let’s celebrate Israel’s 76th Independence Day in a big way—by turning the Detroit Zoo white and blue with a community-wide solidarity walk. Now more than ever it’s important to show our support for Israel and its people. So come dressed in your favorite white and blue and get ready for an amazing evening—there’s something for everyone. We’ll start with an opening ceremony and then walk the zoo for Israel at our own self-guided pace. There will be plenty to see and do along the way.

Learn more and register here.

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