“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

Perspectives

Enhance your Tu BiShvat with our Family Edition educational resource

  As part of our continuing Ceremony & Celebration series to highlight the teachings of Rabbi Sacks zt"l, we are delighted to share with you this our 8-page resource for Tu BiShvat, with key ideas about the chag and the environment from Rabbi Sacks zt"l as well as additional educational content and activities developed by the Office of Rabbi Sacks together with Dr Daniel Rose The... Read more

The Stewardship Paradigm: A thought for Tu BiShvat

Few texts have had a deeper influence on Western civilisation than the first chapter of Genesis, with its momentous vision … Read more

Support the work of The Rabbi Sacks Legacy Trust

Every donation made in the next 36 hours will be matched. We thank our anonymous supporters for their generosity, and … Read more

Covenant & Conversation

The Structure of the Good Society (Yitro)

In the House of Lords there is a special chamber used as, among other things, the place where new Peers … Read more

The Face of Evil (Beshallach)

After 9/11, when the horror and trauma had subsided, Americans found themselves asking what had happened and why. Was it … Read more

Family Edition

Crossing the Sea – Beshallach 5780, Family Edition

Click here, or on the image below to download this week’s Family Edition of Covenant & Conversation for Beshallach. Click … Read more

  • Video Highlights

    "The Greatness of Being Jewish" - Watch Rabbi Sacks' remarks at the 2017 Olami Summit

  • Video Highlights

    Why I am a Jew

  • Video Highlights

    Morality: Restoring the Common Good in Divided Times

Quotes

Good leaders create followers. Great leaders create leaders.

Why I am a Jew

Why I am a Jew

“The deepest question any of us can ask is: Who am I? To answer it we have to go deeper … Read more

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