“The good we do lives on in others, and it is one of the most important things that does.”

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

“The good we do lives on in others, and it is one of the most important things that does.”

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

Perspectives

Learn more about 'Communities in Conversation', a day of worldwide learning in memory of Rabbi Sacks zt"l

The first yarhzeit (the anniversary of a person's passing) of Rabbi Jonathan Sacks זצ׳׳ל will be on 25th-26th October 2021 - 20th Cheshvan 5782 To mark this, The Rabbi Sacks Legacy Trust is inviting individuals, families, schools, organisations and communities from around the world to come together to remember the impact Rabbi Sacks made on the Jewish world and beyond, and to learn and... Read more

Watch the Inaugural Sacks Conversation featuring the Rt Hon Tony Blair & Matthew d'Ancona

   As we approach the first anniversary of Rabbi Sacks’ passing, The Rabbi Sacks Legacy Trust held the Inaugural … Read more

Support the work of The Rabbi Sacks Legacy Trust

If you are interested in supporting the The Rabbi Sacks Legacy Trust, please either contact Joanna Benarroch here or use the … Read more

Covenant & Conversation

The Binding of Isaac (Vayera)

“Take your son, your only son, the one you love—Isaac—and go to the land of Moriah. Offer him there as a … Read more

How Perfect were the Matriarchs and Patriarchs? (Lech Lecha)

In an extraordinary series of observations on this week’s parsha, Ramban (Nahmanides, 1194 – 1270) delivers harsh criticisms of Abraham … Read more

Family Edition

Negative Capability – Vayera 5780, Family Edition

Click on the image below to download this week’s Family Edition of Covenant & Conversation for Vayera. Click here for … 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

'The best way of breaking down barriers between people or communities is through simple, unforced acts of kindness. One act can undo years of estrangement.""

The Home We Build Together, p.132

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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