Sunday, May 31, 2020
From Oct. 23-24, Jews of all ages and geographic locations will come together to celebrate the Jewish people’s oldest friend: Shabbat.
Purim is celebrated this week, which means it’s time for delicious hamantaschen.
In capitalist America, just about everything is up for sale, so we think the same of mitzvot. But morals cannot be bought and sold.
There are moments in life when we question why we are putting in so much effort to care for someone else.
'From our point of view, as Christians, Israel has done a good job of guaranteeing access to holy sites.'
This week's parsha explores how we get things done.
In this week's parsha we explore the meaning of independence from material gains.
We have within us the capability to jump--to pass over, any and every obstacle that stands in our way.
In this week's parsha we explore the merits of pursuing a spiritual sanctuary.
A gift of an Angel’s trumpet leads contemplation of Tu B'Shvat, the New Year of the Trees, as the author plants the cutting.
[Wow-Modal-Windows id=1]