Dearest Kehilla Another week has passed, another week of uncertainty as to where the world is headed. I hope you are all managing during this difficult time and I ask that Hashem bless you to stay safe and well. Over the past week I have spoken to many people within
Dear community, We are living in unprecedented times. By now most children are home from school and many parents are either working from home or without work. My heart goes out to all those going through difficulty and you are in my thoughts and prayers. Our first live stream of
A preparatory course for Pesach held over three weeks. Three different topics with three different speakers. Week 1: Teaching our kids to steal at the Seder. A lesson in education. Speaker: Rabbi Yossi Friedman Week 2: Is cleanliness next to G-dliness. How close
Dear Community It is with a heavy heart that we send out this notice to inform you that a decision has been made by the Board and the Rabbi to suspend all Shule services and activities until further notice. After carefully monitoring health authority warnings and following a directive released
Coronavirus, the Parasha and the Jewish response Covid-19 is showing no signs of slowing down and in the past days alone, appears to be spreading. We must be prepared and take the necessary precautions as a community and as individuals. It is sad to see hate speech on various
This coming Friday night, we will be celebrating the 'Upsherin' of our son, Yehudah. It is at the age of three that we cut a young child's hair as this age marks the beginning of a new era in a child's learning and developmental abilities. The impact of cutting the
Giving Vs Taking This past week I took some of our pre-Bar-Mitzvah boys on a trip to the Wolper Hospital to visit some of the patients. Our topic for the week was "chesed" and we discussed some of the obvious benefits of giving. There are many ways to give.
It's the small acts that count. It's an interesting observation. Last week in Shule we read in Parashat Yitro about the momentous and historic act of the giving of the Torah. Amidst thunder and lightning, G-d revealed Himself to the Jewish people, thereby crowning them a nation and bestowing