One week from today, over 2,500 British Jews and activists from 40 Limmud communities around the world will converge on the University of Warwick to celebrate Jewish learning at Limmud 2013, known to participants and volunteers alike simply as Conference.
This annual Christmas week event, founded in 1980, will feature over 900 sessions spanning the arts, culture, current events, Torah, philosophy, history and interfaith dialogue, as well as hands-on workshops, and pop up encounters that ignite spontaneously in a round-the-clock learning environment.
Making history, Britain’s new Chief Rabbi will be in attendance.
And for those unable to attend, for the third straight year, eJewish Philanthropy will be hosting live-stream sessions direct from the U.K. The full program available here – note all times are GMT, including the Chief Rabbi’s session on December 23rd.
All sessions are being recorded and will be available for future viewing.
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