We are seeking to recruit a Religious Assistant & Program Coordinator. Candidates must be supportive of the ethos of our community, working alongside our Rabbi to enhance our religious and educational offering.
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
How do we inject new feeling into the daily, and sometimes repetitive, actions of life? The Torah portion of this week, Naso, contains over three columns of repetition when it comes to relating the details behind the offerings brought by each of the tribes. Each offering was identical, yet the
I take this opportunity to wish you and your families a happy Purim and I hope to see you at the many events that our Shul will be hosting this coming week! Purim gives us the opportunity to reflect on the dangers to Jewish existence today and how we overcame
We had a fabulous weekend last Shabbat with a sold-out Shabbat dinner and a stimulating talk by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach! This week, I would like us to consider the following. We all have two sets of lives. The lives of our dreams and the lives of our reality. The lives
Beginning Afresh This week we will recount the dramatic story about the aftermath of the golden calf saga and the process of conciliation and forgiveness. "Zeh Yitenu" ("this they shall give") says the Torah as it prescribes how each Jewish male had to give a half shekel coin as
How to increase your love How do we increase our love towards another person? How do we enrich our relationships between spouses, family members and friends? It comes down to one action. By giving to them. It is interesting that the construction of the portable sanctuary, the Mishkan, occupies nearly half
From our earliest history as a people and as a nation, we have been defined by the concept of Terumah. Terumah refers to the offerings or contributions that we have made, whether to our own internal communities or to the society's in which we have lived. We have always punched