The Center serves to provide music and dance education to young people from the region. It also functions as a national conference center for cultural and music events.
Enlarge of club in historic dining room building in Kibbutz Ramot Menashe
The new synagogue triples the space of the synagogue, also providing adequate room for 100 new families who will soon join Midrach Oz in a newly built addition. Also planned are a “Beit Midrash,” (the traditional room for adult study), a library, a spacious women’s section and modern facilities including a small kitchen for life-cycle celebrations. The entrance will feature decorative stained-glass windows by artist Zohar Jolles and the entire façade will be wrapped in lacy concrete and glass in a design that refers to the old building but bestows a new spirit.