This week, we begin to learn about Jacob’s family. Founder, David, is proud to bear the last name that represents the beginning of our tribe, our people. With the name, comes a lot of responsibility, and David takes it seriously that he is part of the tribe. May all of us have...
On this first Shabbat of Kislev, a month in which we celebrate the light in the darkness, we are reminded of all the ways that we can bring more light into our world. In this photo, David is going out of his comfort zone and climbing in and out of lemon...
We look for the small moments of joy amongst darkness. It’s natural to still continue to smile, to find reasons to celebrate and to find beauty. Shabbat shalom!
We pray for safer days. Our hearts are broken, but we will not break. May it truly be a Shabbat Shalom.
Each language cowers In shame and in sorrow For there are no words To express That -Dafna Shen (original in Hebrew)
Happy Simchat Torah! Just like this smiling Alpaca, may we all rejoice in the beautiful gift of Torah. It is a blessing to have such holy teachings to live by, especially when we engage in the living and learning together as a community. Chag Sameach and Shabbat Shalom!
ושמחת בחגך!!! May we have a joyful beginning to the festival of sukkot and May we be granted with the great honor of hosting those who we love as well as those who we do not yet know. Shabbat shalom and Chag Sameach!
On this special Shabbat of repentance, we remember that in order to continue to bloom and thrive, we must connect deeply to our roots, our pasts and our selves. What keeps you grounded? Shabbat shalom and May we all be written in the book of life. Gmar hatima tova!
Feeling grateful as the year ends for matriarchs and patriarchs who are still experiencing firsts. It is never too late to learn to find joy in unexpected places.Shabbat shalom!