The just-published WINTER issue of Edible Cape Cod (www.ediblecapecod.com) features a wonderful article about Jewish breads featuring our own Pamela Rothstein! The article also speaks of FJC’s best-selling cookbook, [...]
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Do you know this classic Jewish telegram? “Start worrying! [Stop.] “Details to follow.” About every ten years the American Jewish Community receives such a “telegram” in the form of [...]
This year, the first day of Hanukkah coincides with Thanksgiving Day. (Chanukah begins Wednesday night, Nov. 27th.) Amazingly, this is only the second time it's happened since President Lincoln [...]
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 [...]
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--, [...]
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: [...]
"The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco." Do you recognize that quote? It’s attributed to Mark Twain...but he never said it. It’s a great quote, [...]
If asked to recall poignant Fourth of July memories, most people would probably summon up fireworks and cookouts, flag-bedecked houses and small-town parades. While I have certainly seen my share [...]
I have never been an avid birder but I do enjoy listening to Vernon Laux, whose birding reports air regularly on WCAI/NAN (90.1 FM, the Cape & Islands NPR stations). [...]
The Falmouth Jewish Congregation (FJC), the Upper Cape's only synagogue, has launched an endowment campaign, "Securing Our Legacy For Future Generations," to ensure a robust future. A vibrant, welcoming center [...]