Kol HaOt offers a wide menu of high-quality programs geared toward North American visitors to Israel. We actively and deeply engage participants of all levels and affiliations in Jewish and Israeli themes, texts, and values by utilizing the magical power of the arts to teach, move and inspire.
The goal of Kol HaOt is to provide groups with an unforgettable and meaningful experience. We do this by carefully weaving together creativity and aesthetics, arts and inspiration, in intimate group interactions. Our “Educational Experiences” frequently include a hands-on participatory element, whereby participants come home with a treasured keepsake from their experience.
Our experienced and dynamic founders and facilitators are Rabbi Matt Berkowitz, David Moss, Elyssa Moss Rabinowitz, and Yair Medina. Participants have told us that our sessions are the highlight of their trip to Israel.
While Kol HaOt offers a complete menu of programs, each is tailored to meet the needs of the group, whether it is an adult synagogue tour, a family Bar / Bat Mitzvah tour, a one-year Israel study program, or private individuals and families. Our Educational Experiences can run from an hour and a half, to a full day, depending on your needs.
I’ve attached our prospectus and a menu of some of our programs. Also, check out the Kol HaOt website, www.kolhaot.com, where you can see us in action! Feel free to let me know if you have any other questions.
I hope you will be joining Kol HaOt soon on one of our programs!
Organizations and congregations that have participated in Kol HaOt Educational Experiences include: New York Federation • Park Avenue Synagogue • Wexner Foundation • Keshet, The Center for Educational Tourism in Israel • Otzma • Temple Judea of Tarzana • Da’at Educational Expeditions • Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) Jewish Service Corp • PresenTense • Hazak, Conservative Movement • Jewish Theological Seminary Rabbinical Students • Joint Distribution Committee Staff • Nativ • Congregation Kol Tikvah, Florida • Jewish Community High School of the Bay, San Francisco • Temple Emanuel, Dallas