Registration is at capacity.
Saturday, February 22 - Tuesday, February 25
Relive history with Temple Beth El and Rabbi Greg Weisman on an incredible journey through the Civil Rights movement in the Deep South, as we explore the theme “For We Were Once Strangers in a Strange Land.” This moving and inspiring three-day trip will uncover why Jews, as a people who have known oppression, must care and act when others are oppressed.
Trip highlights include the Martin Luther King Center, Ebenezer Baptist Church, the Edmund Pettus Bridge, the National Human and Civil Rights Museum, the Equal Justice Initiative, Freedom Park and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.
Pricing for the trip is dependent on the number of registrants, as follows:
20-29 Registrants, $1650 per person
30-39 Registrants, $1400 per person
40-45 Registrants, $1200 per person
This includes three nights in hotels, all transportation in Georgia and Alabama, all admission fees, breakfast and lunch each day, and dinner on Saturday and Monday.
Participants are responsible for their own air travel arrangements, and dinner on Sunday night will be on our own.
Space on the journey is limited to 45 participants, and registrations will be taken on a first-come, first served basis. Registration is at capacity.
At this time, only adult members of Temple Beth El are welcomed to register.
Contact Rabbi Greg Weisman at 561-391-8900 with any questions.