Sunday, July 24, 2016 Tammuz 18, 5776

Members of Federation's Men's and Women's Cabinet opened their program year with an evening at the National Museum for American Jewish History. Cabinet members participate in monthly text studies with a local rabbinic educator; attend monthly dinners with leading scholars in the national Jewish community; and enjoy Shabbat celebrations with other cabinet families. Regional and national cabinet members also serve...
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Our Class, by Polish writer Tadeusz Slobodzianek,
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Felice Perlmutter always believed her son, Saul, was special and she often told anyone who would listen about his brilliance as a scientist.
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David Teutsch
In the powerful Unetaneh Tokef prayer, the High Holiday liturgy proclaims, "Repentance, prayer and tzedakah make the decree easier to bear." It seems clear that acknowledging error and connecting to God would bring spiritual strength that eases difficult situations. But why tzedakah? Perhaps it represents a commitment to making the world a better place. But how much tzedakah should we...
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Richard Address knew he wanted to become a rabbi as early as the 10th grade, after his confirmation ceremony at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park. He recalled being in awe of the late rabbi and historian Bertram Korn. Address went on to become a very different kind of religious leader, devoting much of his career to the Reform...
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