Wednesday, April 1, 2015 Nisan 12, 5775

SUKKOT
By:
Rabbi David Gutterman
I make you a promise. After you read this, you will never look at a computer the same way again, you will never invest in a tech stock the same way, you will never surf the Internet the same way. First, we need to learn a Hebrew word, and it is "Dot." Dot is the Hebrew word for religion. "Com,"...
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After 13 years of traveling the wilderness of Montgomery County, Congregation Kol Ami is setting down roots on High School Road in Elkins Park. Marching on the way to their new home, Rabbi Elliot Holin carries a Torah, as did Kol Ami president Jonathan Auerbach (not pictured). Children from Congregation Kol Ami's religious school and nursery school (above) also get...
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By:
Ryan Teitman
After finishing his studies at Asychel Avrahm Rabbinic Seminary in New York City, Rabbi Steven A. Saks started looking for openings at synagogues he thought he'd be interested in. When he came across Adath Zion Congregation -- a traditional synagogue in Northeast Philadelphia -- it seemed to be just what he was searching for. "The shul was basically a good...
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By:
Ryan Teitman
Rabbi Amanda Lurer has a lot on her plate right now. She's starting her fifth year at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in Wyncote, is working toward her master's degree in Jewish education at Gratz College, and she's also just taken over the reins at the Bristol Jewish Center in Bucks County. She knew from an early age that she would...
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HA'AZINU, Deuteronomy 32:1-52
By:
Rabbi David Gutterman
Many of our spiritual giants had an unusual practice. In one pocket, they would carry a piece of paper with the verse that read, "I am but dust and earth." And in the other pocket, they would carry a piece of paper with the verse that read: "For me was the world created." It is the integration of these two...
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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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