Rimon is dedicated to the Jewish Experience. It is a place to learn about Judaism, experience it, and debate it. No matter what a person’s background, Rimon is a place where one can ask, study, and feel at home.

All of our teachers–those from Yeshiva and those we have picked from the larger community of Jewish educators–come together to represent a plurality of backgrounds, religious viewpoints, teaching styles, and lives. And our visitors, neighbors, students, donors, and friends will all help make us what we hope to be: a family, an oasis, and a bridge between the traditional and contemporary worlds.

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PRISM & Salon Series

“The mission of the Jewish people is to Think Higher and Feel Deeper.” Elie WieseL

Rimon Center is proud and pleased to introduce a new rubric taught by our Senior Community Scholar, Rabbi David Gutterman.

P R I S M: Perspectives, Reflections and Insights from the Sources
on contemporary challenges and current issues.

The Jewish Tradition encompasses every aspect of our lives and suffuses it with meaning and purpose. From the personal to the public, the social and the societal; the political and the economic.  Our texts and sources have compelling and cogent lessons for every aspect of our lives.

Whether one is a current adherent of Jewish law is irrelevant. The voice of the Jewish Tradition throughout the ages and the millenia has been an elegant and eloquent one – it needs to be heard again, afresh and anew.

A sampling of past classes this  year . Some classes are held at Rimon and some at homes in the comunity.

Khartoum and K’tubot: The Three No’s of the State of Israel   

The Menora as the National Symbol of the State of Israel: Nakba or Neis?

The Original WATERGATE: A Leadership Lesson from Moses and His BOSS 


Sinai Language: Translating Spirituality into Life
Hosted in Princeton by Maxine and Rabbi Dov Pertez Elkins
An ISRAELITY Check: Jews, Israel, and Context
Hosted in Princeton by Drs. Naomi Vilko and Sidney Goldfarb 
Freedon From or Freedom  To –  the American Jewish Dilema
Hosted in Monroe Township  by Tobi  & Stuart Kern Monroe Township