“As far as I’m concerned it’s a yom she-kulo Shabbat–perhaps even me’ein olam ha-ba. Come and enjoy!” (Rabbi Richard Agler, Florida)

“I look forward to attending the Rabbinic Kallah at Wildacres with great anticipation. The best thing about it is getting to see colleagues from near and far. The second great benefit is the opportunity to study. And then there’s the wonderful air, the scenery, the hiking, the arts and crafts, the entertainment, and the wonderful feeling of relaxation and renewal. No wonder those who come once tend to keep coming year after year!” (Rabbi Michael Hecht, Rabbi Emeritus, B’nai Jeshurun Congregation, Pepper Pike, Ohio)

“Wildacres has continued to attract and satisfy us for over fifty years. Unique place, unique people, uniqe lecturers on Judaic experiences through the ages.You really can’t afford to miss it.” (Rabbi Tobias and Ethel Rothenberg)

“For twenty-seven years – on and off, but more on than off – we’ve enjoyed the Wildacres experience. It’s unique; the mountains are gorgeous; the friendships are lasting. Join us, why don’t you!” (Rabbi Peter and Suzy Grumbacher, Congregation Beth Emeth, Wilmington, Delaware)