Jewish Living


It’s All About the Journey

Through summer travel, Jewish teens are like the Israelites – wandering with a purpose.

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The Urban Rabbi

For a Baltimore rabbi, social justice means forging real bonds between his synagogue and the predominantly African-American community around it.

by Michael Schulson | Comments Off on The Urban Rabbi

A Place Where You Belong

Jewish healing circles are playing a more important role in our spiritual communities.

by Rabbi Melissa Klein | Comments Off on A Place Where You Belong

Good to Great

Congregation Beth Sholom in Teaneck, New Jersey, raises the bar for children’s choirs.

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My Kippah, Myself

I turn heads. I say this with no small amount of modesty, but I know it to be true. It’s not my bold fashion choices or the streaks of blue and green in my hair that cause people to stare. No, the thing about me that draws the most attention is my kippah.

by Gila Drazen | 6 Comments

Shabbat Has Kept the Jews

FJMC promotes Sabbath observance

by Myles Simpson | 1 Comment

One Hundred Years

The partnership between Women’s League and United Synagogue reflects their long history together.

by Rita L. Wertlieb | Comments Off on One Hundred Years

New Program Seeks to Reframe Hebrew School

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Technology’s Important, But People Are Key

Day schools should embrace 21st century learning, but it’s about more than just buying new equipment.

by Dr. Jon Mitzmacher | Comments Off on Technology’s Important, But People Are Key

Pajama Stories

More children are receiving the gift of Jewish books thanks to a partnership between United Synagogue and the Harold Grinspoon Foundation

by Bonnie Riva Ras | Comments Off on Pajama Stories
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