The following link provides helpful suggestions as to how we might respond, as members of Jewish communities, to the devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey: http://reformjudaism.org/blog/2017/08/28/4-jewish-ways-help-after-hurricane-harvey
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Jewish tradition identifies three basic categories of prayer: petitionary, thanksgiving and awe. (Someone suggested that these three categories might be better identified as “Gimme, Thanks & Wow!”) I’d like [...]
On Saturday, June 24, I will have the opportunity to experience four sacred experiences, three of which you, too, can experience! It will begin with Torah Study, from 8:30-9:30 [...]
I conducted an interesting experiment as a prelude to writing these words. I entered into Google’s search engine the phrase “antidote to despair”. I found the results intriguing. Among the [...]
MARCH 24-26, 2017 The Supreme Court decided not to hear Gavin Grimm's case this month, but faith communities are not waiting for the Court to take action. The current environment [...]
In May 1897, the great American humorist, novelist and social critic Samuel Clemens — best known by his pen name, Mark Twain — was in London. It was one [...]
Preparing to write this column for the month in which we celebrate the holiday of Purim, I engaged in a fascinating and painful Google search. I entered “Purim + [...]
Community Passover Seder (April 11, 2017) and Resources for Guests (suggested websites and books) Reservations are now closed, but everyone can access the attached document "Resources for Guests" with [...]
Since 2009, North American Jewish Communities have been celebrating Jewish Disability Awareness Month in February. Now known as Jewish Disability and Inclusion Month (JDAIM), it is an opportunity to [...]