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  • Shabbat Achrei Mot-Kedoshim April 18, 2018 Adam KahanDear Friends, A couple weeks ago I found myself staring at the wall in our house…I had just walked into the bathroom to take a shower, and I instinctively reached for that wall to flick on the lights. Rather than hearing the familiar “click” as the switch toggled over to the “on” ... Read more...
  • Shabbat Tazria April 10, 2018 Anne Lidsky, Ph.D., RJEDear Friends, Sometimes a particular parashah has a message that is direct and clear to even the inexperienced reader. At other times, we have to search for the meaning, and once found, we feel uplifted, spiritually connected, and find the teaching to fit snugly into our own value system. But sometimes, ... Read more...
  • Shabbat Sh’mini April 4, 2018 Rabbi Rachel HeapsDear Friends, Silence is a rare thing in our world. Everywhere we go there’s someone talking, or music on, or the constant low hum of people and traffic exists in the background. It seems as though, as nearly every moment in our lives, there’s something making noise, drowning out a silence ... Read more...
  • D’var on Passover March 27, 2018 Dina BauwensDear Friends, Reading the weekly Shabbat message is my favorite part of the e-news. How will the clergy, Dr. Lidsky, or Danny Glassman interpret the Torah portion? What will they connect it to? What part of their “outside” life will I get a glimpse into? The traditions and the history of ... Read more...
  • Shabbat Tzav March 21, 2018 Daniel GlassmanDear Friends, This past weekend, I took advantage of the first days of spring and did some landscaping around the house. There are a series of bushes in our backyard that are just an eye sore. They get over grown, are filled with thorny branches, and take up a lot of ... Read more...

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