‍‍ אלול ה תשעג / תשרי ה תשעד - September, 2013

  • The Corners of Our Fields

    Posted ‍‍כא תשרי ה תשעד - Sep 25th, 2013 By in Latest News, Social Action With | Comments Off

    Every year, we join other Reform, Conservative and Reconstructionist congregations throughout North America in a project called “The Corners of Our Fields” to collect groceries for local food pantries and to raise funds for MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger. This year we sent 255 bags of groceries to the Falmouth Service Center and we …

  • Biblical Scholar Marc Brettler to Speak on “A Jewish Perspective on the New Testament”

    Posted ‍‍יט תשרי ה תשעד - Sep 23rd, 2013 By in Lifelong Learning With | Comments Off

    A Jewish Perspective on the New Testament With Guest Speaker Mark Brettler, Dora Golding Professor of Biblical Studies, Brandeis University and co-editor of The Jewish Annotated New Testament Monday, October 7 at 7:00 P.M. Free of charge and Open to the Public   FJC welcomes biblical scholar Marc Brettler, co-editor of The Jewish Annotated New …

  • Artistry in wood

    Posted ‍‍יט תשרי ה תשעד - Sep 23rd, 2013 By in Latest News, Uncategorized With | Comments Off

    This is the beautiful turned vessel, made from a block of solid cedar (from a downed tree behind the Meeting House) that our member, ART LASH –whose hobby is wood-turning–, created for FJC. We’ll use in in Beit Sefer as a tzedakah box, rotating it through the classes.

  • Wear the purple ribbon!

    Posted ‍‍יד תשרי ה תשעד - Sep 18th, 2013 By in Rabbi's Thoughts, Social Action With | Comments Off

     Truth: Shalom bayit – domestic tranquility – is a central tenet of Judaism.  Myth: Domestic violence is not a Jewish problem.  Truth: Domestic violence is a community issue, not a private affair.  Myth: Domestic violence is rare among Jewish families.  Truth: domestic abuse occurs in Jewish families at the same rate as in all families …

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