On April 8th, Columbia and Barnard Ramah alumni had an exciting opportunity to create a camp environment while still on campus and had 30 Ramahniks attend a special Ramah Shabbat dinner.
Jared Skoff is currently serving as a Ramah Metro-Detroit Fellow, running Ramah-style programs in synagogues and schools throughout the Metro Detroit area.
Last year, we had nearly 1000 participants globally in the first ever Shabbat Across Ramah, a take home Shabbat experience for Ramah alumni and friends. Join us this year on Friday, November 13, and let’s see our Shabbat community grow! Click here to register either as a host or guest!
On Friday, April 24th, Ramah alumni from Columbia, Barnard, and List College held the second annual Columbia/Barnard Ramah Shabbat Dinner at the Columbia/Barnard Hillel, sponsored by the Ramah College Network.
Celebrate Shabbat in the District with an awesome Ramah Shabbat in Washington DC! Join Ramah alumni and friends for a night of food and fun with some classic Shabbat services. Click here to RSVP for this event. *21+ event*
Since the start of 2015, Reshet Ramah, along with our camp alumni associations and the Ramah College Network, have collectively facilitated many programs across North America.
Back by popular demand, Shabbat in the Bay returns to San Francisco on Friday, February 27 from 7-10 PM! Join Ramah alumni and friends at the Gauntlet Gallery for Shabbat dinner and drinks amongst fabulous works of art. Click here to reserve your seat at the Shabbat table today! 21+ event.
Join us for the kick-off of The Ramah Minyan! The Ramah Community’s newest ONGOING initiative to recreate Shabbat at Camp Ramah! The Ramah Minyan is FREE and there will be a BIG Oneg/L’Chaim after services, but please register below so we can know how many people to expect. Register here for the event!For any questions, please contact us by emailing […]
A new Ramah minyan met for the first time on Friday, February 27, at Park Avenue Synagogue in New York City. Over 150 Ramah alumni from every Ramah camp in North America participated in a beautiful Kabbalat Shabbat and Maariv service.