Bereishit (49:28-29) These are the tribes of Israel, twelve in all, and this is what their father spoke to them, blessing them, each according […]
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From Torah study leader Howard Brill:
This week’s parshah is one of the most difficult for me. In it are a […]
CLICK HERE for the commentary by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks. The Torah is uncomfortable with kings … but if you insist you want one to keep up with the neighbors please […]
Join us for a discussion of Jewish-themed books over brunch. Hosted by: Ellen Gertzog 69 Westland Avenue, Brighton Sundays @ 10 a.m. – noon Open to the community!Oct. 9: […]
Each synagogue has its own approach to worship, to community, to tikkun olam. Temple Beth David gathers people together with a fresh and engaging approach — in and out of […]
Jewish tradition instructs us to spend Elul, the month before Rosh HaShanah, rebalancing our relationships with God, others, and ourselves. Rabbi Drorah Setel, along with Barbara Grosh and Howard Brill […]
“And you shall rejoice before the Lord your God…” Devarim 12:12Joy, in it’s Hebrew and Jewish meaning, implies a connection to others and an inner wholeness. In the words […]
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As a young Hebrew school student I was taught that the Shema was the central prayer of Judaism. I’m no longer […]
One of Rabbi Sacks central themes is the importance of seeking meaning. In this parsha, Moses begins laying out a cohesive […]