Thursday, April 2, 2015 Nisan 13, 5775

The Shir Joy Children's Choir at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel, with help from Rabbi Lance J. Sussman and his wife, Liz, sang Chanukah songs to entertain the 300 Federation Housing Inc. residents who came to enjoy a festive meal organized by K.I.'s "Sharing Is Caring" Committee.
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Getting ready for the festival of lights are Dana Katz and Sam Levy, with Steve Mingo showing them how to properly kindle the menorah. The children are students at the Terri Lynne Lokoff Early Learning Center in Ambler, which is sponsoring several activities for the upcoming holiday.
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At the religious school at Shir Ami-Bucks County Jewish Congregation in Newtown, Rabbi Eric Goldberg is trying to give his students a visceral connection to Israel by using something familiar to many of them -- dogs. At every class meeting, the children have been asked to bring in a donation for a tzedakah project supporting Pups for Peace, an organization...
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It's an age-old question: What does practicing religion have to do with being a good, ethical person? While working to formulate his own personal theology as a seminary student in the 1970s, Rabbi Ira F. Stone himself struggled with the notion of whether observing Judaism's commandments in itself leads to ethical behavior. "The Judaism I encountered up until that point...
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VAYETZE, Genesis 28:10-32:3
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Rabbi David Gutterman, Jewish Exponent Feature
This week, we encounter a word for the first time in our biblical tradition -- the word is chalom, which means "dream" in Hebrew. After a difficult interaction with his brother -- and at the insistence of his mother and ultimately the urging of his father -- Jacob high tails it for his uncle's house. But on his way to...
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Religious Events

Fri. Apr 3
Katz Jewish Community Center Cherry Hill
10:30 AM-11:15 AM
Fri. Apr 3
The Narberth Havurah
6:00 PM-8:00 PM
Fri. Apr 3
8:00 PM

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