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Guest Speaker: Aryeh Green

Love, Loss & Healing in the Holy Land

Wednesday, May 23, 7:00PM

A book talk by Aryeh Green on his newly released book, My Israel Trail: Finding Peace in the Promised Land. 

After his devastating divorce, which rocked his world and confounded his deeply-held optimism, Aryeh Green’s goal was to get his life back on track.  His hike along The Israel National Trail (Shvil Yisrael) enabled the discovery of a number of universal truths for living based on Jewish tradition. 

In a uniquely moving, fascinating and uplifting talk, based on his book My Israel Trail: Finding peace in the Promised Land, Aryeh invites you to join him on his trek, as he shares with you both a new perspective on Israel – the land, the country, its history and people – and illuminating insights from the experience.  Accompanied by photos and videos. 


Aryeh Green is the author of the just-published My Israel Trail: Finding Peace in the Promised Land about his hike on “Shvil Yisrael”, the 600-mile Israel National Trail from Dan to Eilat.  He serves as chief strategy officer at EnergiyaGlobal, a renewable energy platform for Africa, and as director emeritus of MediaCentral in Jerusalem, a project of HonestReporting providing services for the foreign press in the region. Aryeh is a former senior advisor to Natan Sharansky in Israel's prime minister's office, and is a frequent and captivating speaker on Israel, media issues, and human rights. When not promoting Israel and renewable energy, Aryeh grows grapes and makes wine. 

Liberty Bell Rimonim

These Rimonim, modeled after the American Liberty Bell, were commissioned by the Congregation in honor of Judge Edgar J. Nathan Jr.

Chatham Square Cemetery

The oldest of our extant cemeteries is known as the Chatham Square Cemetery.  It is located in Chinatown at 55 St. James Place.  The land was originally purchased in 1682 by Joseph Bueno de Mesquita.