Pardes Beit Midrash B’Darom
The 3rd Annual Pardes and Ramah Darom Immersive Learning Retreat
This Shavuot! Thursday – Sunday, May 28-31, 2020
Join the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies at Ramah Darom for an unforgettable 4 days of inspiring learning, community building and innovative programming.
This retreat welcomes Pardes and Ramah alumni & friends, Jewish Professionals, Day School Educators, newcomers and their families.
- Be inspired by beloved Pardes faculty from the U.S. and Israel
- Enjoy classes and participate in lively havruta (paired learning)
- Experience transformative programming in a beautiful environment
- Connect with friends, new and old
Pardes is an open, co-ed and non-denominational Jewish learning community, based in Jerusalem and with programs worldwide.
Students encounter and grapple with classic texts and traditions of Judaism while exploring their relevance to today’s most pressing issues.
Pardes empowers students with the knowledge and tools to take ownership of their Jewish experience.
Diversity is at the core of Pardes and students represent a broad spectrum of the Jewish world. The result is a vibrant community constantly engaged in honest, dynamic and constructive debate leading to serious personal reflection and growth.
More information coming soon!
Cabins are spacious and nestled throughout the campus. Each cabin offers a dorm-style bunking area and private twin rooms with shared stalls, showers, and sinks. Individuals will be placed in a gendered cabin. Linens are provided but beds are not made up. *Private room within the cabin is available on a first come basis
All hotel rooms have a private bathroom, table, and chairs, heating and air conditioning, complimentary toiletries, and bed and bath linens. These hotels are located up a steep hill with stairs, boardwalk and walking paths to the main areas of the campus. Standard rooms have two queen beds. Some connecting rooms are available.
Deluxe hotel rooms are larger rooms with either 2 queen beds or 1 king bed, a deluxe tub and a mini-fridge. The deluxe rooms in the Welcome Center are an easy, flat walk to the Levine Center where meals are served and most of the action takes place. Some connecting rooms are available.
All cottages are brand new with a kitchenette, private patio, bathroom with walk-in shower, king-sized bed and sleeper sofa. These beautiful cottages are located on our new boardwalk with both stair and ramp access to the main areas of the campus. There is a minimum of two people per cottage.
(2020 Pricing coming soon)
|Housing||Adults||Kids 3-17||Kids NB-2|
|Cabin: Group or Multi-Family||$275/per person||$150||FREE|
|Cabin: Single Family||$299/per person||$150||FREE|
|Cabin: Single Family Deluxe||$360/per person||$150||FREE|
|Standard Hotel: Single Occupancy||$540/per person||$150||FREE|
|Standard Hotel: Double Occupancy||$399/per person||$150||FREE|
|Deluxe Hotel: Single Occupancy||$650/per person||$150||FREE|
|Deluxe Hotel: Double Occupancy||$540/per person||$150||FREE|
|Cottage: Double Occupancy or more||$600/per person||$150||FREE|
The retreat will begin around 1pm on Thursday, May 28. Shuttles will be available to pick up participants from the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) at 11am on Thursday, and available after the retreat to take people back to the airport on Sunday.
“Ramah Darom and Pardes are the two institutions that made me the Jew I am today. These are the institutions that propelled me toward rabbinical school. They are the institutions I hope my kids are someday involved with. I met my wife at Pardes, and I made my closest friends at Ramah Darom. I fell in love with Judaism at Ramah Darom, and expanded that love in the Pardes beit midrash. The fact that it took Pardes to bring me back to Ramah, and Ramah to bring me back to Pardes is, for me and my wife, almost poetic.” -Rabbi Sam Rotenberg, Los Angeles
Emily Kaiman, Retreat Center Program Coordinator
Phone: (404) 531-0801 Ext. 9221
70 Darom Lane
Clayton, GA 30525 United States
Phone: (706) 782-9300