Thursday, May 28, 2015 Sivan 10, 5775

Emor, Leviticus 21:1-24:23
By:
Rabbi Danielle Stillman
Parshah Emor contains two sets of instructions. The first is for the priests, outlining what they need to do to offer sacrifices. The second instructions are for the Israelite people. They talk about how to live in the sacred time of the festivals and holidays.
Comment0
By:
Plans to bake challah for Shabbat became impossible for a family in lockdown in Watertown, Mass.
Comment3
By:
As part of Drexel University's annual Israel Peace Week, the Dragons for Israel student organziation held a party on campus to celebrate the Jewish State's 65th birthday.
Comment0
Achrei Mot-Kedoshim, Leviticus 16:1-20:27
By:
Rabbi Shmuel Jablon
Parshah Kedoshim contains a plethora of mitzvot. One of the most famous is also one of the most vital. In the verse that begins, “You shall not take revenge or bare a grudge,” we then learn “You shall love your neighbor as yourself, I am Hashem.” This mitzvah, known as Ahavat Yisrael, obligates us to love all Jews. What is...
Comment1
By:
Administrators at day schools throughout the region say that they don’t take anything for granted about their students' knowledge of the Jewish state. For this reason, the schools devote a great deal of time and resources, both high-tech and more traditional means, to offer students as broad a perspective as possible on modern Israel.
Comment0
Advertisement
Advertisement

Religious Events

Fri. May 29
Germantown Jewish Centre
6:00 PM
Tue. Jun 2
Germantown Jewish Centre
7:00 PM
Fri. Jun 5
Katz Jewish Community Center Cherry Hill
10:30 AM-11:15 AM

Advertisement