Find your people. Find your purpose. Find your passion.

We are a community who creates space for you to craft your own Jewish experience. Examine your connection to Jewish ideas and tradition. Meet people who share your curiosity and enthusiasm.  Tackle thoughts with a diverse group of people.

What is Limmud?

Limmud is Limmud Atlanta + Southeast’s main event.

Limmud takes place every year over Labor Day Weekend and is a celebration and festival of Jewish thought, arts, culture, life, learning, and teaching. A gathering of hundreds of Jews from all walks of life, all Jewish backgrounds, all lifestyles, and all ages, Limmud offers a full schedule of workshops, discussions, arts, music, performances, text-study sessions, and much more — all planned by your Limmud community of volunteers.

Our History

The Limmud Atlanta + Southeast community brought Limmud to Atlanta in 2008. It started with day-long events and eventually expanded to the 3-night Limmud in 2009. Limmud started in England more than thirty years ago.

Today, local Limmud movements are sprouting up all over the world from the UK to Russia, New York to LA.

Visit Limmud International to learn more.

Meet the Limmud Atlanta & Southeast Board

Elaine Blumenthal

Nathan Brodsky

​Paul Flexner

Carrie Hausman

Yoni Kaplan

Whitney Kweskin

Jennie Rivlin Roberts

Michael Rosensweig

Howie Slomka

Matthew Strauss

Michael Weiser

Program Manager, Rebecca Holohan