“We should feel enlarged by the people who are different.”

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

“We should feel enlarged by the people who are different.”

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

Perspectives

Download the new Family Edition in time for Purim

  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 NEW 7-page resource for the festival of Purim, with key ideas about the chag 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 series has... Read more

God's Hidden Call: A Thought for Purim

  Chazal, our Sages, asked a strange question in the Gemara of Chullin (139b): Esther min haTorah minayin? “Where do … Read more

Watch the tribute for Rabbi Sacks zt"l to mark the completion of Shloshim

Shloshim is the intense 30-day period of mourning that is observed after a bereavement according to the Jewish tradition. The tribute … Read more

Covenant & Conversation

How Leaders Fail (Ki Tissa 5781)

Rabbi Sacks zt’’l had prepared a full year of Covenant & Conversation for 5781, based on his book Lessons in Leadership. … Read more

The Counterpoint of Leadership (Tetzaveh 5781)

Rabbi Sacks zt’’l had prepared a full year of Covenant & Conversation for 5781, based on his book Lessons in Leadership. … Read more

Family Edition

C&C Family Edition: A Stiff-Necked People (Ki Tissa 5779)

KI TISSA: A STIFF-NECKED PEOPLE Covenant & Conversation: Family Edition is a new and exciting initiative from The Office of … Read more

  • Video Highlights

    “We can face any future without fear so long as we know that we won’t face it alone.”

  • Video Highlights

    Morality: Restoring the Common Good in Divided Times

  • Video Highlights

    Rabbi Sacks on the coronavirus pandemic (Extended Newsnight interview)

Quotes

We achieve greatness by handing our values onto the next generation and empowering them to go and build the future.

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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