“Can we see the trace of God in the face of a stranger?”

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

“Can we see the trace of God in the face of a stranger?”

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks


A Nail of Faith - Here is what happened when Rabbi Sacks built his first sukkah...

Here is what I learned from the first time I built a sukkah (aside from the fact that I am not particularly good at woodwork!) Wishing you and your families a wonderful Sukkot Chag... Read more

Rabbi Sacks speaks in the House of Lords on antisemitism

On 13th September 2018, Rabbi Lord Sacks spoke in a House of Lords debate on antisemitism in Britain. Below is … Read more

Morality matters more than ever in a world divided by fear and faithlessness

What happens to national identity when everything holding a nation together disintegrates or disappears? What happens to society when the … Read more

Covenant & Conversation

Emotional Intelligence (Ha’azinu 5779)

In March 2015 I had a public conversation at Yale with the University’s President Peter Salovey. The occasion was quite … Read more

The Second Mountain (Vayelech 5779)

  What do you do when you have achieved it all, when you have risen to whatever career heights fate … Read more

The World is Waiting for You (Nitzavim 5778)

Something remarkable happens in this week’s parsha, almost without our noticing it, that changed the very terms of Jewish existence, … Read more

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The Contemporary Task of Judaism

On 7th June 2018, Rabbi Sacks delivered a keynote lecture at Bar-Ilan University entitled “The Contemporary Task of Judaism’”.

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