Tuesday, April 21, 2015 Iyyar 2, 5775

By:
Debbie Albert
A local synagogue divises a Shabbat dinner pyramid scheme: A handful of families were aksed to host other congregants for Shabbat dinner in their own homes, with the expectation that the guests would then serve as hosts in subsequent months. Surprise of surprises, it worked!
Comment0
Congregations need to think beyond their walls and find imaginative ways to engage different sectors of the community. Collaboration is key.
Comment0
A slew of readers responded to our recent stories and columns about the Pew study on American Jewry. Here's just one of them.
Comment0
By:
Shelly Yanoff
We must continue the process of building a better world — a place where there's room for everyone to be hopeful about the future and where we can be generous to one another.
Comment0
By:
Ben Cohen
The Palestinian refusal to recognize Israel as a Jewish state is the key reason why this conflict has persisted for so long. And that is why Israelis must insist upon it at the peace table.
Comment0

Advertisement

Advertisement