Opening Our Hearts

by Roselyn Allen, February 26, 2020

It seems that every time I’ve looked at the news in the last few weeks anti-semitism has been there. Why shouldn’t it? It’s been around for thousands of years…why should…

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To Act, to Dare, to Challenge

by Arliene Botnick, January 30, 2020

The world is a dangerous place. We are in the early stages of the coronavirus “epidemic”. Each day, we hear of more deaths, more suspected cases, more ways the virus…

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Resolutions Large and Small

by Rabbi Audrey Pollack, December 25, 2019

At the start of a new secular year people often think about resolutions for the year ahead. As Jews we are already well on our way to working on making…

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Connecting Strands

by Arliene Botnick, December 25, 2019

The plot unfolds; the strands connect, the future is set in motion. We began our story, the story of the Jewish people, with “Lech Lecha” as our first patriarch, the…

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