Harry Kay Leadership Summit

We’ve all heard it: “The Jewish community is changing.” But this isn’t a problem—it’s an opportunity.

At this year’s Summit on Monday, April 29 at 7:30 PM at the Muse Event Center, we welcome Rabbi Sid Schwarz to look at the trends shaping the lives of younger American Jews and hear his four guiding principles to spark a renaissance in Jewish life.

Rabbi Sid Schwarz is the author of “Jewish Megatrends: Charting the Course of the American Jewish Future.” A social entrepreneur and teacher, Rabbi Sid is also the founder of Kenissa: Communities of Meaning Network.

The American Jewish community is riddled with doubts about the viability of the institutions that well served the Jewish community of the 20th century. Synagogues, federations, and Jewish membership organizations have yet to figure out how to meet the changing interests and needs of the next generation. This talk will look at the social norms that are shaping the habits and lifestyles of younger American Jews and suggest four guiding principles that can actually lead to a renaissance in Jewish life.

The event is free and open to the public; however, registration is requested at this link.