Faith After the Holocaust

White gloved hand holding yellow star with Jude written on it in Hebrew style letters

Discover the role of belief in the face of adversity. Students will reflect upon the problem of evil in an active and sensitive workshop which is both challenging and rewarding.

Explore religious objects and texts as a springboard for discussion. Students will also draw on art, artefacts and personal narrative in their exploration of this complex subject and engage on many levels with both the fragility and endurance of faith in the light of the Holocaust.

Reflect on the importance of observing Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur and how the services relate to Holocaust remembrance.

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