Avodat Hakodesh: A Journal of Sacred Service-Learning
In September of 2012, thanks to the support of The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion established a program of sacred service-learning, the intentional integration of service to the Jewish community by TJF Fellows into their academic study of religious leadership.
On April 15, members of the HUC-JIR Cincinnati community gathered to celebrate the official LAUNCH of Avodat Hakodesh: A Journal of Sacred Service-Learning. Like us on FACEBOOK and share the news with friends!
HUC-JIR Cincinnati Community Honors Maestro James Conlon
The HUC-JIR Community has honored Maestro James Conlon on receiving the Roger E. Joseph Prize. The prize was awarded in recognition of his efforts to raise public consciousness to the significance of works of composers whose lives and compositions were suppressed by the Nazi regime.
READ MORE about Maestro Conlon and the Roger E. Joseph Prize.
2013 Graduation and Ordination Ceremonies
HUC-JIR will bestow 24 degrees at GRADUATION and ORDINATION Ceremonies on the Class of 2013′s cadre of new Jewish professional leaders for the Reform Movement. Distinguished communal and civic leaders and alumni will be awarded with honorary degrees and prizes in recognition of their service to Reform congregations and North American Jewry, and in honor of their humanitarian work.