Friday, August 1, 2014 Av 5, 5774

By:
Jan L. Apple, JE Feature
As a mother of three children - Gabrielle, 7, Katie, 4, and Max, 2 - Lorelei Miller of Doylestown thinks about meaningful ways to bring Judaism into their lives and has found the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's public space holiday programs to be a perfect fit. Last year, Miller particularly enjoyed a Purim celebration at a Toys 'R Us...
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Torah Portion
By:
Rabbi Robert Rubin
TOLEDOT Genesis 25:19-28:9 In the beginning of this week's Torah portion, Toledot, the Torah describes the concern that Isaac and Rebecca share over the future of their family and, ultimately, the longevity of the Jewish people. The couple didn't yet have children, and so wondered how the covenant would continue into another generation. They each prayed to God. And as...
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By:
Jared Shelly, JE Feature
Standing in a grassy synagogue courtyard, Chiquita obviously didn't understand the words coming out of Rabbi Barry Blum's mouth - all of the 3-year-old chihuahua's attention was focused on the treat in the man's hand. "God opens his hand and satisfies every living thing with love and favor," said Blum, who then fed the small dog. Dianne Shames, who brought...
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Giant dreidels, life-sized Judah Maccabeecut-outs and computers loaded up with Chanukah games are coming to strip malls in Montgomery, Chester and Bucks counties. Chabad Lubavitch's idea of bringing "Chanukah Wonderlands" to area malls stems from the desire to make the story of the Jewish revolt against the Syrian Greeks come alive for children during a month where all things Christmas...
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By:
Jared Shelly, JE Feature
Soon, the floor at Temple Emanuel will turn into a sea of dreidels as the Cherry Hill, N.J., synagogue attempts to break the world record for the number of them spinning at the same time. The current record stands at 535 people simultaneously spinning dreidels, a feat accomplished by the University of Maryland Hillel in 1999. "The kids at the...
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Religious Events

Fri. Aug 1
Klein Jewish Community Center
8:30 AM-1:30 PM
Fri. Aug 1
Old York Road Temple-Beth Am
6:00 PM
Fri. Aug 1
Har Zion Temple
6:00 PM

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