REGISTRATION NOW OPEN for our first
Shabbaton (June 15–16)
Our first Shabbat weekend in the North Bay —
camping, creek mikveh, hiking, relaxing, and
celebrating a full day of Shabbat in nature
surrounded by community!
WE'RE HIRING! Join our awesome
youth programs mentor team.
We're looking for educators experienced with Jewish
and nature-based education for both B'hootz
(grades K–5) and B'naiture (grades 6–8). Apply by June 15.
NEW CLASS: Raising Earth Connected
Kids (June 5)
Join us as we explore the Jewish values and wisdom
for raising Jewish kids that are connected to the earth.
Learn fun and creative ways to engage children ages
REGISTRATION OPEN for B’hootz
2018–19 Season (East Bay AND Peninsula)!
Curious about our Jewish Sunday School in the Woods?
Come to a free, family-friendly info session near you. Fall
info session dates coming soon!
APPLY TODAY for our award-winning
wilderness B'nai Mitzvah program (grades 6-8)
The B'naiture two-year program provides innovative outdoor Jewish education, long-term mentoring, and rites of passage.
Find out more at our next info session in the Fall. Dates for info sessions will be announced soon!
Wilderness Torah awakens and celebrates the earth-based traditions of Judaism to nourish the connections between self, community, earth, and Spirit.
We create pluralistic, multi-generational community celebrations to reconnect us to the earth-based traditions of Judaism.
Everyone is welcome at Wilderness Torah Events: Jews, people with other faiths and backgrounds, interfaith couples and families, the LGBTQIA community, people of color — anyone who feels called to attend. We offer a range of activities so that people of all backgrounds and experiences can plug in, and we partner with inclusivity nonprofits on programming and training.