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Village Shalom is in need of masks. Their current supply is low. They are reaching out to the community for help. They do realize there’s a shortage nationwide but hoping to connect with a few volunteers to help hand make, sew/stitch as many as possible. For more information, email Lorena Williams.
Each Spring, our families and the community connect with an award winning local chef who delights us with a chef-inspired kosher gourmet dining experience. Our 4th Annual Breaking Bread Event will soon be schedule for Spring 2021. For sponsorships or updates, contact our Executive Director.
Shalom friends, The news of the spreading COVID-19 can be very frightening and uncertain. At Beth Shalom, we are striving to find ways for our synagogue to be a place of physical safety as well as spiritual uplift. This is a time to think creatively about compassion. If there is someone you used to hug Continue Reading »
By Hazan Tahl Ben-Yehuda, Director of Congregational Learning Over the years I have been asked, what is the point of the confirmation trip to NYC? When I applied for my first position as the director of a very small religious school, I was asked how I would know our school had been successful. I replied Continue Reading »
The Online Jewish Learning Revolution: Part I. Sefaria & Podcasts By Rabbi David M. Glickman Never before in human history has so much Jewish content been available so easily to so many Jews. It can be both overwhelming and invigorating. In this month’s column I am going to try to curate some great Jewish learning that is Continue Reading »
Recently, Sharon Keshet taught an adult cooking class where congregants learned how to make how to create new versions of special Israeli Hanukkah favorites!