Learning without Borders

With so much to learn, why restrict yourself to a local classroom setting? There are many rich Jewish learning resources from rabbis, scholars and teachers throughout the country and around the world, all available online.

Below are websites offering Jewish learning opportunities and content.


Judaism Unbound, a project of the Institute for the Next Jewish Future, is a project that catalyzes and supports grassroots efforts by “disaffected but hopeful” American Jews to re-imagine and re-design Jewish life in America for the 21st Century. Judaism Unbound produces a once-a-week podcast, runs an active facebook page, and features blog posts by fellows of the Institute for the Next Jewish Future and guests.

Website (podcasts): http://www.judaismunbound.com/podcast


Whether you’re totally new to “doing Jewish” and need a place to start, or you’re looking for new material to help add meaning to your current routine, JewBelong is the place to be. Just select a topic, and faster than you can say “Shalom,” you’ll be able to download new ideas, readings and rituals to enrich your Jewish celebrations and daily living.

Website: http://www.jewbelong.com/

Sicha-LogoSicha, Hebrew for “conversation,” is an organization promoting the vital ongoing dialogue between classical Jewish texts and modern life, enabling Jewish communities and their leaders to enlist the Jewish past in the service of the Jewish future. Sicha is dedicated to promoting the learning of tradition and to recapturing the tradition of learning as core elements of creative Jewish life.

Website: https://sichaconversation.org/

OCCSP_logo1The OCCSP – Podcast Network – The Orange County Jewish Community Scholar Program (“CSP”) is a community-wide endeavor committed to adult Jewish education and family Jewish celebrations. Listen to more than 250 podcasts from well-known CSP speakers since 2002, free of charge.

Podcasts on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/occsp-podcast-network/id360582125?mt=2

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