The Future of Judaism in Indy: Planting Seeds of Innovation

Celebrity Podcaster, Harvard University and Harvard Law graduate , and acclaimed writer, Dan Libenson is coming to Indianapolis.  Dan is the co-host of the Judaism Unbound Podcast and has been invited to Indy for a  special Tu B'Shevat scholar-in-residence.

There are multiple opportunities to learn with Dan while he's town. You are invited to come to one or all of these exciting programs, free of charge.

  • The Architecture of Disruptive Innovation

    Sunday, February 9, 10:00-11:30 am @ CJEL

    How can seeds for innovative ideas be planted and blossom in the Jewish community? How can new models of Jewish community increase meaningful connections and involvement? What might Jewish community look like for future generations? Come learn about exciting innovations happening throughout the Jewish world with Judaism Unbound co-founder Dan Libenson.

  • Reinventing Passover

    Sunday, February 9, 12:00-3:00 pm @ CJEL

    Do you enjoy getting together with friends and family for Passover but do not find it to be a transformative experience? If so, you will want you to join Dan Libenson as he leads one of Judaism Unbound’s signature workshops in which Jewish practices are stripped down and reinvented. Come help rethink what Passover could be!

  • Tu B’Shevat Seder – The Power of Innovative Rituals

    Sunday, February 9, 4:00-5:30 pm @ CJEL – Domont Auditorium

    Celebrate the coming arrival of spring and experience and example of how Jewish ritual can be innovated to align with contemporary life. Community members and families of all ages are invited to join in this interactive lay-led program. Please RSVP by February 3rd.

  • How We Incubate New Ideas

    Monday, February 10, 8:30-10:00am @ CJEL

    To make change happen, a culture that nurtures innovation is needed. This workshop for Jewish professionals and lay leaders provides a unique opportunity to learn with Dan Libenson, a founder of Judaism Unbound and an organizational consultant. He will help us uncover techniques for incubating new ideas in the Jewish community and engage those who have yet to find Jewish life compelling in Indy.