Come learn how to bake challah & educate yourselves on the woman’s role in ushering in Shabbat. Then fellowship & enjoy a special light brunch with the Sisterhood! RSVP with Cheryl by October 21st, 2018.

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This Sabbath is called Shabbat Shuvah [The Sabbath of return]. The 10 days between Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur is critical for the new year. In the Book of Ruth we read that Naomi tells Ruth not to worry about Boaz redeeming her in order to take her as a spouse because; “Boaz was a…

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Being Jewish has nothing to do with doing “mitzvot [commandments].” Being Jewish has nothing to do with “loving G-d.” Being Jewish has to do with being an intricate part of the Jewish people. What made Ruth Jewish was her desire to make the Jewish people her people not just make the Jewish people’s G-d her…

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In this week’s Torah portion we learn about the commandment of Shiluach HaKein [sending away a mother bird]. This obscured commandment is placed in the middle of various commandments that seem to have some type of separate classification within the Torah. For instance there is the prohibition of cross-dressing, there is the prohibition of not…

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In Jewish life, there are two important elements: the home and the synagogue. Unlike Western society that places the Church or Mosque at the center of the believers life, the Torah teaches that the home and synagogue are to be co-equal. The continuity of the Jewish faith depends upon the home more than anything else.…

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Join us every Saturday for our Shabbat Service. Click here to watch online.

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