Jewish Student Life on Campus
Hillels of Georgia Covid Mask Policy:
Students, staff, and visitors to Hillel are encouraged to wear face masks while indoors.
Hillel at Agnes Scott College’s mission is to provide a welcoming Jewish community for the purposes of uniting Jewish and non-Jewish students and sharing Jewish experiences and culture with Agnes Scott College.
Hillels programs utilize the beautiful campus environment, hosting events all around the Agnes Scott College campus and Decatur!
For more information on Hillel at Agnes Scott College, contact Hillel Adviser Rabbi Ilan Schwartz at
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Programs available include Jewish learning and Torah study, Challah baking workshops, Shabbat dinner, speaker events, inter-faith dinners, Tzedek (social justice) initiatives, and so much more!
Baking Challah is time honored tradition passed down from generation to generation. Join Hillel for Challah baking workshops and perfect your own Challah recipe.
Shabbat at Hillel means good food and good friends. We gather together for prayer, dinner, and welcoming the sabbath as one Jewish community.
(REPAIR THE WORLD)
Tikun-Olam; Hebrew for "Repair the World" is a central Jewish value. We at Hillel encourage and support students in efforts to better our community & connect students with programs that give them the chance to do exactly that.