Monday, October 20, 2014 Tishri 26, 5775

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While local preschoolers work to brighten up their classrooms in preparation for Chanukah this year, many will also be working to brighten others' lives. For the second year in a row, youngsters will be coloring cutouts of candles in an effort to raise money for Camp Koby, an Israel-based summer program for children who have lost family members to terror...
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When Leslie and Michael Molder decided to take their two children on a trip to Israel, they purposely chose to do it during the month of December. "Since Christmas [in America] starts after Halloween, a few months of Christmas is a lot for our kids," said Leslie Molder, who will be one of some 90 people on a 12-day tour...
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Learn all about the Jewish tradition of hanging a mezuzah from a practical and spiritual perspective at a workshop hosted by the Chabad-Lubavitch of Northwest Philadelphia on Tuesday, Dec. 13, at 6901 Wayne Ave., West Mount Airy. Participants in the workshop, set from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., will examine several samples of the parchment scroll inside the mezuzah, as...
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The chanukiah has room for nine candles, which are lit immediately after dark (except on Friday evening when they should be lit just before lighting the Shabbat candles). One candle, the tallest, is called the shamash or "servant." Each night of Chanukah, the shamash is lit and then used to light the other candles. On the fight night, light the...
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Torah Portion
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Rabbi David Gutterman
VAYETZE, Genesis 28:1-32:3 As Jonathan Swift wrote, "We have taught enough religion to hate each other but not enough to love each other." The world today is consumed by strife, a lot of it religiously induced. If religion, as the argument goes, exacerbates the problem, might it also be able to ameliorate it? Remember the Esperanto movement? It called for...
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Religious Events

Fri. Oct 24
Share Shabbat Dinner
Congregation Beth El of Bucks County
6:45 PM
Congregation Beth El of Bucks County
Fri. Oct 24
Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel
8:00 PM

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