Saturday, August 30, 2014 Elul 4, 5774

By:
Jared Shelly, JE Feature
Amid the quaint shops and restaurants that New Hope is famous for, a synagogue has carved a little place for itself in the town's unique landscape. Back in May of 1994, Kehilat HaNahar, The Little Shul by the River, held its first services with about 12 people in attendance and no permanent meeting place. In the last 13 years, however,...
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Congregation Beth El in Yardley recently honored its small but certain confirmation class. Pictured with Rabbi Jeff Pivo is this year's confirmation class: Amber Schweitzer (left) and Emily Marks.
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Bechukotai, Numbers 8:1-12:16
By:
Rabbi Lance J. Sussman, Ph.D.
Prayers for health and well-being have been part of the synagogue service for years. They reflect a deep human instinct to combine the medical and the spiritual probably found in all religious traditions. In this week's Torah portion, we find an ancient and powerful example of prayer being invoked by a loved one to bring comfort, relief and healing to...
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NASOH, Numbers 4:21-7:89
By:
Rabbi David Gutterman
In 1961, a Jewish grandmother had the chance to have a private chat with the young, charming president of the United States, John F. Kennedy. And why would a Jewish grandmother come and visit with a Catholic president? To ask for weapons, of course. This is how Elie Wiesel records the conversation between Golda Meir and JFK. "You come from...
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By:
Rachel Silverman, JE Feature
Some rode bicycles, others walked or ran, but all who participated in Temple Beth Hillel/Beth El's sixth annual Tzedakah-thon last weekend added fire to the synagogue's major philanthropic campaign. The event -- held this past Sunday morning under sunny skies -- generated more than $30,000 for local and Israeli charities, including "A Package From Home," the Schneider Children's Medical Center...
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