We have long been active proponents for the use of halachic pre-nuptial agreements as a solution to prevent future agunah / get-refusal situations. For the sake of yourself, your children, and/or your friends, watch this video and make sure that every wedding ceremony includes a halachic pre-nuptial agreement. If we can make it happen it […]
Shabbat Israelit is Back!!! A year ago we turned the vision into reality. It all started a seemingly simple idea: to have a joint dinner on Shabbat of families from different backgrounds – religious, secular or traditional. We at Beit Hillel believe so strongly that this connection is indispensable, we decided to initiate the project […]
We are not the only ones going to have a Shabbat Israelit on Shabbat Parshat Noach – It is going to be a special Shabbat all around the world !! You Might Also Like: Did you enjoy this post? Please click on the buttons below to share with your friends!
More than 100 rabbanim, rabbaniyot, lay leaders and their spouses joined together at Netanya’s Blue Bay Hotel on December 27-28 (Parashat Va’era) for Beit Hillel’s annual Shabbaton. Lively debate and discussion took place on hot button issues such as “Civil Marriage in the State of Israel,” “Enlistment of Women in the IDF,” “The Prevalence of […]
As we come to the end of the civil calendar year of 2013, we thought it would be a good idea to look back upon the year and review our activities and accomplishments. The purpose of this is not just to “pat ourselves on the back”, but rather to check ourselves – start with our […]
The inaugural conference of Beit Hillel’s Public Council took place on June 27th 2013 at the Wohl Center in Bar-Ilan University. It was a very successful and inspiring event with over 150 participants representing a broad spectrum of public and rabbinic leadership. The forum discussed ways to bring about social, religious and national change. The […]
On Shabbat Parshat Chayei Sara (October 25, 2013) we witnessed an historical moment in Israel. Over 6,000 households participated in Beit Hillel’s country-wide initiative – Shabbat Yisraelit – that brought together religious and non-religious families for Friday night dinner. Government Ministers, members of Knesset, mayors, IDF commanders, musicians, as well as thousands of Israelis from […]
Since its establishment in February 2012, Beit Hillel has made its presence and influence clearly felt in the public discourse in Israel. This has taken of form of media coverage, Halachic rulings from our Beit Midrash, and engagement with the public via social media. With over 9,000 followers on the Hebrew Beit Hillel Facebook page, […]