Qabbalat Shabbat: Friday, 6:00 p.m. Torah Study: Saturday, 9:00-11:00 a.m. Weekday Minyan: 6:15 p.m.

Qabbalat Shabbat – Wyner Lecture Shabbat with Rabbi Sharon Cohen Anisfeld, Ryan Kravitz will chant Qiddush

  • Posted by Alyssa Burstyn
  • On June 8, 2018
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  • CAJL, Shabbat
“Birdtracks in the Sand: Contemporary Israeli Poetry and the Search for God”   It has long been considered a truism that Israeli society is deeply divided between “hilonim” and “dati’im” — between secular and religious Jews — but a more nuanced picture can be seen in the writing of contemporary Israeli poets over the last several […]
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Qabbalat Shabbat – Feinberg Lecture: Uniting the Most Promising Israeli and Palestinian Young Leaders Using the Power of Innovation and Technology, with Etai Freedman of MEET at MIT

  • Posted by Alyssa Burstyn
  • On April 6, 2018
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  • CAJL, Shabbat
Click here to watch the 5778 Feinberg Lecture. It has been 50 years since the start of the Israeli military occupation over Palestinian territories, and 22 years since the end of the Oslo Accords, which means that majority of the population in the Middle East today has been born into this reality. Moreover, any teenager […]
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Qabbalat Shabbat – Inclusion Shabbat – Artist in Residence, Nataly Zukerman “The Other Body: Inclusion in Society”, Rachel Solomon will chant Qiddush, Baby Naming for Harrison George Conviser

  • Posted by Alyssa Burstyn
  • On March 23, 2018
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  • CAJL, Shabbat
Nataly Zukerman is a Jewish-Israeli performance artist who produces projects in the field of disability arts. At the age of 12 she was severely injured at a summer camp and suffered from a severe neural back injury. Today, her disability is almost invisible and she does not fulfill the typical stereotype of a disabled woman, […]
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Breaking the Moral Silence

  • Posted by Suzie Jacobson
  • On February 17, 2018
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  • Clergy, gun violence, politics, Rabbi Jacobson, Shabbat, Torah
  (Sermon delivered on February 16, 2018, Temple Israel, Boston) (Image: Naples Daily News)   Take a moment of silence. Just one minute. Silence is a common human reaction to tragedy. A shocked silence. A silent grief. A desire to sit in silence to process a reality that has been shifted beyond recognition The silenced […]
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