May our connection this week come through being kind to others. Shabbat shalom!
This week, Abraham is told to leave his land, the place where he grew up, the home of his father, for a new land. It’s scary sometimes to try new things, to go into the unknown. This adventure he takes is a reminder to us to emulate Abraham’s trust, his belief and his sense of adventure. Shabbat shalom!
Chodesh tov! This week we begin a new month, a renewed world and a wonderful Shabbat. Shabbat shalom!
This week, we return to the beginning. We return to ourselves, simplicity, the foundations of creation. Shabbat shalom!
It’s time to wander. We want to bless everyone on this Festival of sukkot that we all have the opportunity to welcome and be welcomed in the dwelling places of our loved ones. Chag Sameach!
On Rosh Hashana, we read of the sacrifice of Isaac, the prayer of Hannah and redemption in Jeremiah. As we enter this first Shabbat of 5782, may we connect with those words that our people have been reading for so many generations and find the ability to pray from our hearts, connect to holiness and look forward with hope. We
Our final Shabbat of the year! Shabbat shalom, 5781.
This week we are reminded of the rules of war in the Torah portion, however, Chicago Jewish Funerals would like to extend its congratulations to our founder, David, on the marriage of his son, Gabriel to Julia! The lifecycle is a thing to celebrate, not just in joyous times, but also at times when things are tough, like in times
Shabbat shalom! We are finally comforted by the words of our tradition after the destruction we mourned earlier this week. May we have a restful Shabbat.
As we come into the month of Av, we keep Jerusalem in our hearts and prayers. May these 9 days of collective mourning be met with comfort. Shabbat Shalom!