Living Judaism

Makom means place. Interestingly it is also used as a name of God.

The Midrash (Bereishit Rabbah 68:5) explains the insight behind this usage: He is the place of the world, and the world is not His place. God is not found in any particular location, rather, God is immanent in all places.

Makom Sefarad is a place where to encounter history but also a place where to have an experience of living Judaism today in Spain. Its educational and cultural activities are devoted to facilitate to visitors and locals a deep understanding of Spanish Jewish heritage. We welcome visitors to study with us and join us for Shabbat and holidays.

Judaísmo Vivo Celebrating Hanukah with Beit Rambam, Seville.


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