Few people have had as long or as profound an impact upon the course of a nation as did Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The normalization agreement between Israel and the UAE and Bahrain has been long in coming and signals an important shift that we pray will lead to many more significant shifts toward peace.
Our prayers are with Jacob Blake and his family as he begins a long road of physical and emotional recovery. Our hands are outstretched and ready to do the work necessary to end systemic racism.
October 1, 2020
Americans can and do differ on many policies and candidates – but we should all join together to condemn all support for white supremacists and all efforts to undermine the election.
September 25, 2020
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death on Rosh HaShanah has triggered a tidal wave of grief. That she left us at the start of the new year has brought to mind the Jewish belief that righteous souls die on Jewish holy days.
The Why of Worship: It’s Not About Size or Platform if You Create Worship Models That Provide Meaning
September 24, 2020
Congregants – our partners in this sacred work – want to be in conversation with their congregational leadership. In this isolating time, they want to feel seen and directly involved in their spiritual practice.
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