Steinsaltz Center
The Steinsaltz Center was founded in 1975 to serve as the umbrella organization for all of the activities of Rabbi Adin Even-Israel (Steinsaltz). Its goal is to promote the Rabbi’s mission of "Let My People Know” – making a world of Jewish knowledge accessible to all.

The Center’s activities include publishing the Rabbi's writings and teachings; establishing educational programs and centers; informal education; and administration and finance.
About the Rabbi
  • Rabbi Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz is an educator, scholar and commentator of Talmud and Hasidism, philosopher, social critic and prolific author of more than four hundred books published in ten languages. 
  • In 1965, Rabbi Steinsaltz founded the Israel Institute for Talmudic Publications in cooperation with the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office, and the Ministry of Education and Culture. He subsequently began his life’s work: translating the Talmud from its original Aramaic into modern Hebrew. 
  • Rabbi Steinsaltz established a network of educational institutions.
  • The Rabbi has won countless awards, honors and titles in Israel and internationally. 

The Steinsaltz Center Vision

Creating tools to enable and encourage the Jewish People to deepen their knowledge and understanding of Jewish culture via Jewish sources, as a means of attaining affinity, awareness, and solidarity.

Deepening spiritual and emotional elements in Jewish life, including the study of the foundations of faith. This is done not only intellectually, but also in an integral educational way, both religiously and socially.

Preparing future generations with exemplary positive aspirations for others, taking into consideration the needs of the entire Jewish people, wherever they reside.

Seeing mutual responsibility among different sectors and social echelons as a key goal of leadership.

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