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Rabbi’s Corner: The Old Shall be Made New, And the New Shall be Made Holy

My mother’s Yemenite Wedding Ring Havdalah Spice Box (sitting in a stand) My heart is overflowing with gratitude for the wonderful celebratory Installation weekend this past Shabbat. Thank you for partnering with me on this journey of growth and renewal, Jewish living and learning. Here are my words from the ...
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Book Chat: People Love Dead Jews

Sunday, January 29, 2023 at 10:30 AM in the Chapel. Join Temple Beth Sholom's Book Club; The Adult Education committee will continue to present Book Chats led by the talented Soni Rice and supported by Cindy Grossberg. In our next chat we'll discuss People Love Dead Jews by Dara Horn. ...
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Jews on the Move: How Migration, Supported by Philanthropy, Remade and Continues to Remake the Modern Jewish World.

Saturday, January 21, 2022 at 5:00PM in the Chapel Baron Maurice de Hirsch was one of the emblematic figures of the nineteenth Century and the most influential Jewish philanthropist of his time.  Today Hirsch is less well known that the Rothchilds, or his counterpart Andrew Carnegie, yet, he was to ...
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