Additional Media

March 27, 2021
How People Are Celebrating Passover, Ramadan, and Easter In Quarantine… Again, featuring Rabbi Jacobson

March 22, 2021
Local Rabbis Hopeful After Israeli Supreme Court Ruling on Conversions
JewishBoston, featuring Rabbi Jacobson

March 12, 2021
What We Lost, What We Found
The Boston Globe, featuring TI member Liz Wright

February 26, 2021
Why Did Boston Hospitals Briefly Stop Receiving Vaccine Doses?

February 17, 2021
Synagogue Serves as COVID-19 Vaccination Site

February 14, 2021
6 ways Jews can help Black economic development after the pandemic

January 26, 2021
Debbie Friedman Helped Me Find My Voice

January 25, 2021
Community Leadership Immersive Programs: B’nai Mitzvah Projects in a Virtual World

January 6, 2021
We’re Better Off When Kids are Resilient

January 4, 2020
Parashat Sh’mot: Self Awareness Sets Us Free
Torah Commentary by Rabbi Gubitz

December 27, 2020
Bringing Mindfulness to Hebrew School Students

December 27, 2020
Messages of healing and hope after a difficult 2020
Featuring Rabbi Zecher on CBS Sunday Morning

December 9, 2020
A guide to celebrating Hanukkah 2020 in Boston

December 9, 2020
From Zoom Menorah Lightings To Parades, Local Temples Plan For Safe Hanukkah Celebrations
Featuring Rabbi Zecher

November 13, 2020
I Got Married in a Pandemic
About Rabbi Gubitz’s wedding.

October 23, 2020
End Minority Rule
Co-authored by TI member Professor Steven Levitsky

October 22, 2020
As Schools Across the U.S. Move to Reopen Doors, Boston Does an About-Face
With quotes from TI member, Ben Linas

October 18, 2020
‘Hard hat event’ kicks off Soup Kitchen’s major renovations of new Spring Street shelter
Featuring TI member, Joe Bates

October 1, 2020
For safety’s sake, most plan small gatherings for Sukkot
Includes quote from TI member, Marc Draisen

September 24, 2020
Why did(n’t) the Funeral Procession Cross the Road?
Written by Rabbi Jen Gubitz

September 17, 2020
Tashlich: New ways to cast off sins and stay safe
About the Riverway Project’s socially distanced tashlich.

September 20, 2020
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death echoes in celebrations of Jewish New Year
With reflections from Rabbi Elaine Zecher.

September 15, 2020
In Boston, the pandemic helps open High Holidays to the unaffiliated
With quotes from Rabbi Elaine Zecher.

September 7, 2020
Meals at work: Once a perk, they’re now pitched as a safety measure
About Fresh Food Generation.

September 2, 2020
How these couples solved the pandemic Jewish wedding dilemma: to wed or wait?
About Rabbi Gubitz’s “With This Mask, I Thee Wed” event.

September 1, 2020
When 2020 Vision is Blurred: a Young Adult Peer Leadership Model for Uncertain Times
By Rabbi Jen Gubitz

August 28, 2020
Majority of American Jews in Full Page New York Times Ad: “Unequivocally: Black Lives Matter.”
Temple Israel is listed among the synagogues and Jewish organizations supporting Black Lives Matter.

August 18, 2020
Riverway High Holy Day Leadership Squad
Written by Nicole Zador, Riverway Project Coordinator

August 14, 2020
Three Months Later, She Replied
About Rabbi Jen Gubitz’s wedding

August 11, 2020
Bringing healthy, ready to eat food to lower-income communities
About Fresh Food Generation

July 4, 2020
‘I want to see the next Black Wall Street in Boston’: Segun Idowu is a man of the moment
Featuring TI member, Andy Tarsy

June 17, 2020
Black rabbi on George Floyd’s death: ‘It was no surprise’
Includes interview with Tali Puterman
June 14, 2020
Even as churches reopen, the coronavirus pandemic has changed them; and religious leaders are embracing it

Featuring Rabbi Dan Slipakoff

June 6, 2020
‘We cannot forget about the victims in our own backyard’: Temple Israel of Boston service of mourning and healing names those killed by police in Boston
About TI’s Shabbat Service of Mourning and Healing

June 5, 2020

Temple Israel of Boston to offer virtual service of mourning and healing for the lives lost due to coronavirus ‘and the virus of racism, bigotry, and hatred’
About TI’s Shabbat Service of Mourning and Healing

Vaccinate Us
A poem by Rabbi Jen Gubitz

May 25, 2020
18 Tikkun Leyl Shavuot to help you celebrate the holiday — wherever you are
Includes information about TI’s 25 hour Tikkun Zoom Shavuot

May 18, 2020
People allowed to worship in person, with some adjustments under governor’s new plan
Interview with Rabbi Elaine Zecher

May 3, 2020
Joel Solomon, MD, Leads Pandemic Psychiatric Services on USNS Comfort
About TI member, Joel Solomon

April 29, 2020
Clergy Message to MA Covid-19
Includes message from Rabbi Elaine Zecher

April 15, 2020
One Boston Day held virtually this year due to coronavirus outbreak
Boston 25 News – featuring quotes and appearance from Rabbi Elaine Zecher

April 15, 2020
Here’s how my hometown temple organized an international Zoom Seder with over 600 attendees
Business Insider – about TI’s Grand Communal Seder and includes interview with Rabbi Suzie Jacobson

Clergy Letter to Governor Baker
Last week, GBIO submitted a letter to Governor Baker about the importance of affordable accessible healthcare, mortgage deferral and rent assistance, and improving the criminal justice system.

Grief and Memory: A Prayer for Passover Yizkor
Written by Rabbi Jen Gubitz

April 7, 2020
The Wisdom of Teens During the COVID-19 Crisis
By Tent teacher, Emilia Diamant, about her experiencing teaching over Zoom.

April 7, 2020
As Passover Begins, a New Meaning to an Ancient Story
Quotes Rabbi Zecher on the bittersweetness of this year’s Passover and the importance of remaining hopeful during dark times

March 31, 2020
Connecting the Passover story to the pandemic
Boston Globe – Featuring picture of and quotes from Rabbi Zecher

March 31, 2020
To Zoom or not to Zoom?
Boston Globe – About the importance of connecting during Passover, featuring TI’s Grand Communal Seder
March 20, 2020
Funerals limited or delayed by COVID-19
Quotes Rabbi Elaine Zecher

March 7, 2020
Taking Off Our Masks for Mental Health
about the Riverway Project and “The Masks We Wear” event

January 22, 2020
Praying for Pregnancy, Praying for Peace
Written by TI member, Rachel Spekman

January 14, 2020
Millennials Search for Meaning and Authenticity When it Comes to Judaism
Highlights the Riverway Project

January 12, 2020
Meet the Chai in the Hub 2020 Honorees: Part 2<
Featuring Rabbi Jen Gubitz

Safeguarding Community
Featuring Executive Director, Dan Deutsch

January 10, 2020
Fabrics from This Local Business Dressed up the Sets in Little Women
Featuring the Zimman family, members of Temple Israel

January 6, 2020
Amid Spate of Anti-Semitic Attacks, Massachusetts Allocates$1.5 Million for Nonprofit Security Grants
featuring quote from Rabbi Elaine Zecher

November 13, 2019
Temple Israel Cemetery was selected for the 2019 Best of Wakefield Awards

November 18, 2019
5 Jewish Things to Know about Deval Patrick
Mentions Patrick’s relationship with former TI Rabbi, Rabbi Jonah Pesner

November 7, 2019
TI Rises Up for Healing with GBIO
by TI member Barbara Berke

November 8, 2019
Massachusetts Has an Anti-Semitism Problem, and It’s Only Getting Worse
Quoting Rabbi Zecher

November 3, 2019
Clergy Leaders See Health-Care Reforms as Urgent
featuring TI member, Barbara Berke

October 31, 2019
Unorthodox Podcast – Big Mouths
Unorthodox Host mentions her experience at Temple Israel

October 17, 2019
Dave Cavell, Former Obama Speechwriter, Enters Race for Joe Kennedy’s Seatfeaturing TI member Dave Cavell

October 16, 2019
featuring TI member Max Malamut

September 23, 2019
Israel’s National Baseball Team Qualifies for 2020 Tokyo Olympics
featuring son of TI members David and Gwen Wanger

June 18, 2019
This Jewish Teen is Bringing Free Pads and Tampons to Her Hometown
Hey Alma – featuring TI member Sarah Groustra

May 24, 2019
Brookline To Offer Free Tampons And Pads In All Its Public Buildings
WBUR – featuring TI member Sarah Groustra

May 13, 2019
How the Boston area’s female wine experts are breaking the (wine) glass ceiling
Boston Globe – written by TI member Nicole Lipson

May 8, 2019
Jewish Heritage Center honors Wyner couple
Jewish Advocate – featuring TI members Justin and Genevieve Wyner

May 1, 2019
Boston Jewish community, politicians respond to Poway shooting
The Daily Free Press at Boston University

April 29, 2019
The Vibe of the Tribe Podcast – Episode 70: Yom HaShoah Interview With Holocaust Survivor Michael Gruenbaum
JewishBoston – featuring TI member Michael Gruenbaum

April 22, 2019
Why on this podcast? Brookline resident explores the Obama Seders
Wicked Local – featuring TI member Mike Offner

April 12, 2019
Coalition Argues Drug Payment Caps Are Best Solution To Excessive Prices
WBUR – featuring TI member Michael Rubenstein

April 11, 2019
The Obama Seders – the Podcast – Has Been Released on iTunes
The Obama Seders – hosted by TI member Mike Offner

April 3, 2019
Best Reform Temple Websites of 2019
Addicott Web

February 19, 2019
Seder Squad 2019
JewishBoston – written by Rabbi Jen Gubitz

February 13, 2019
Emergent Communities and Legacy Institutions Investing Together
a.k.a. Emergent Seekers Do Go to Temple

eJewish Philanthropy – written by Rabbi Jen Gubitz

February 6, 2019
Israel’s ‘secular yeshiva’ opens first U.S. outpost in Palo Alto
Jewish News of Northern California – featuring Zoe Jick, daughter of TI member Rose Zoltek-Jick

February 6, 2019
Temple Israel’s green pledge
The Jewish Advocate – featuring the Green Team

January 19, 2019
In Their Glory
The Improper Bostonian – featuring Rabbi Elaine Zecher

January 19, 2019
Ayanna Pressley stresses MLK’s message in temple address
Boston Globe

January 18, 2019
Amid controversy , women’s march persists
Boston Globe – featuring TI member Cindy Rowe

January 9, 2019
Melia Bensussen Named Artistic Director of Hartford Stage
American Theatre – featuring TI member Melia Bensussen

December 20, 2018
Putting the ‘E’ in STEM for the Littlest Learners
Education Week

December 11, 2018
Has Boston Given Up On God?
Boston Magazine

November 26, 2018
How to console those in mourning
Boston Globe – with a quote from Rabbi Elaine Zecher

November 19, 2018
The Vibe of the Tribe Podcast – Episode 55: Jumping Chai With Boston Ballet’s Isaac Akiba
JewishBoston – featuring Isaac Akiba, son of TI members Jane and David Akiba

November 14, 2018
5 Ways to Spend Money With Impact, If Racial Justice is on Your Holiday List
Medium – written by TI member Andy Tarsy

November 14, 2018
Dividends of Meaning: Jewish Rituals for the Financial Lifecycle
CCAR blog – written by Rabbi Jen Gubitz

November 8, 2018
Union for Reform Judaism Invests in LGBTQIA+ Leadership Development
URJ blog – Mazel Tov to Carolin Dorn, a Riverway Leadership Team Member and leader of Nice Jewish Queers, for being selected as a JewV’Nation Leadership Fellow!

November 3, 2018
At Boston synagogue, a night to remember Pittsburgh and to heal
The Boston Globe

November 3, 2018
Muslims and Christians Join Jews to Mourn Pittsburgh Shooting Victims and Resist Trump

November 3, 2018
Kindling Light To ‘Audacity Of Bigotry’: Boston Synagogue Mourns Pittsburgh Victims

November 3, 2018
UVA Jewish community holds memorial service for Pittsburgh synagogue victims
CBS19 Charlottesville – featuring TI member Michael Marget

November 2, 2018
Campaigns urge Jews and non-Jews to attend Shabbat services in wake of Pittsburgh attack
The Boston Globe

November 2, 2018
Large turnout at Boston synagogue to remember Pittsburgh shooting victims

November 2, 2018
Interfaith Service Held in Boston for Pittsburgh Shooting Victims

November 2, 2018
Massachusetts’ top politicians will attend Shabbat services this week

November 1, 2018
‘There’s a natural allegiance:’ NAACP to honor Jewish roots at Charleston banquet
The Post and Courier

October 28, 2018
A Kaddish for Pittsburgh
JewishBoston – written by Rabbi Jen Gubitz

October 27, 2018
Boston police increase patrols around synagogues
Boston Globe – with a quote from Rabbi Elaine Zecher

October 23, 2018
Greater Boston Interfaith Organization hosts event to hold election candidates accountable
Boston Globe – with a delegation of over 150 TI members

October 19, 2018
We Are Still In: One Congregation’s Fight Against Climate Change
RAC – featuring the Green Team and written by TI member Joan Rachlin

October 9, 2018
A Prayer for Assaulted Bodies and Souls
JewishBoston – written by Rabbi Jen Gubitz

September 4, 2018
Stress Eating, Texting, And Tears: How Rabbis Prepare For The Holiest Days Of The Year
The Forward – featuring Rabbi Suzie Jacobson

August 20, 2018
Shirley Leung named interim editorial page editor at The Boston Globe
The Boston Globe – featuring TI member Ellen Clegg

August 20, 2018
Shirley Leung named interim editorial page editor at The Boston Globe
The Boston Globe – featuring TI member Ellen Clegg

August 17, 2018
Rosner’s Torah Talk: Parshat Shoftim with Rabbi Elaine Zecher
Jewish Journal

August 14, 2018
Shema: Pay Attention to the Upcoming Election
The Religious Action Center – written by TI member Kathy Weinman

August 12, 2018
Woods Hole Film Festival is a wrap
The Boston Globe – featuring TI member Adam Mazo and his award-winning film, Dawnland

July 24, 2018
Billy Joel Breaks Silence On Wearing Yellow Star At Concert
The Forward – written by TI member Juliana Kaplan

July 10, 2018
The Interview: Jill Medvedow
Boston Magazine – featuring TI member Jill Medvedow

Spring 2018
Opening the Gates to Inclusive Jewish Education
Gateways Access to Jewish Learning – featuring TI member Sandy Perrin

June 1, 2018
The 4th Annual Trepp Lecture: Reimagining Rabbis
Boston University Elie Wiesel Center for Jewish Studies – featuring Rabbi Suzie Jacobson

June 1, 2018
Table for Five: Parshat Beha’alotcha
Jewish Journal – featuring Rabbi Elaine Zecher

May 23, 2018
Online archive brings light to Soviet Jewry movement
The Jewish Advocate – featuring TI member Fran Putnoi

April 27, 2018
‘Dawnland’ Tells Of The Taking Of Native American Children In Maine
WBUR – featuring TI member Adam Mazo

April 20, 2018
Making Synagogues Sustainable
Tablet Magazine – featuring TI’s Green Team

April 17, 2018
“Stranger Things” and the Torah: Incorporating Netflix into Jewish Education
eJewish Philanthropy – by Tali Puterman

April 10, 2018
Growing a millennial network: new forms of community, worship
The Times of Israel – written by Rabbi Rick Jacobs, and featuring the Riverway Project

April 9, 2018
Interfaith Acceptance Has A PR Problem
The Forward – by Rabbi Jen Gubitz

March 29, 2018
For Passover 2018: A Reflection on Memory, Metaphor, and Meaning
JewishBoston – by TI member Andy Tarsy

March 29, 2018
Passover #TorahForTheResistance: No Longer Averting My Eyes
#TorahForTheResistance blog by TI educator Tyler Dratch

March 27, 2018
A Teenage Activist Reflects on March For Our Lives

March 27, 2018
Grindr Shabbat: “So, Did Anything Crazy Happen?”
JewishBoston – featuring the Riverway Project

March 5, 2018
Seder sentiment: ‘Next year in Boston’
Boston Globe

February 12, 2018
Reflecting on LGBTQIA Shabbat

February 8, 2018
Philly temple wins Tzedakah Super Bowl
Jewish Journal

February 7, 2018
High School Seniors Talk Mikveh
Mayyim Hayyim – featuring TI teens

February 1, 2018
Scientists claim to crack an elusive centuries-old code — and it’s Hebrew
The Times of Israel – featuring TI member Lisa Fagin Davis

February 1, 2018
When It Comes To The Super Bowl, All Bets Are On

January 31, 2018
Super Bowl 2018 bets: Weirdest wagers from museums, governors and… donut shops?

January 31, 2018
Placing their bets Boston and Philly synagogues square off for the Super Bowl
Connecticut Jewish Ledger

January 31, 2018
Philly Fans to Fly (Eagles, Fly) to Twin Cities to Support Team
Jewish Exponent

January 27, 2018
A Super(bowl) Musing on Being a Good Fan
The Times of Israel – by Rabbi Matt Soffer

January 25, 2018
Philadelphia, Boston synagogues make ‘Tzedakah’ Super Bowl wager
The Times of Israel

January 25, 2018
Local Synagogue Makes Super Bowl Wager with Boston Counterpart
Jewish Exponent

January 25, 2018
Temples in Boston and Philadelphia make Super Bowl wager
The Jerusalem Post

January 25, 2018
Synagogues Wager For Charity Over Super Bowl
CBS Philly

January 25, 2018
Temples In Boston And Philly Make Super Bowl Wager – With A Jewish Twist
The Forward

January 25, 2018
Temples in Boston and Philadelphia make Super Bowl wager
Jewish Telegraphic Agency

January 24, 2018
Two Synagogues, One Sacred Super Bowl Tzedakah Wager

January 24, 2018
LGBTQIA Shabbat: Bringing Our Whole Selves to the Table

January 23, 2018
Childhood temple of Eagles owner in Boston makes charity wager with Philadelphia temple for Super Bowl
7 News Boston WHDH

January 16, 2018
The State of American Democracy
Slate – featuring TI member Steven Levitsky

December 2017
Talk of the Temple
Boston Magazine – featuring Rabbi Elaine Zecher

November 29, 2017
Reform rabbis are finding it tougher to love Israel
Jerusalem Post – featuring Rabbi Jen Gubitz

November 29, 2017
Feeling shunned, young Reform Jews wrestle with loving Israel
Times of Israel – featuring Rabbi Jen Gubitz

November 13, 2017
Massachusetts House will consider over 200 amendments to criminal justice bill – featuring Rabbi Elaine Zecher

November 8, 2017
Madlik: Illuminating Prayer
Rabbinical School of Hebrew College

November 4, 2017
Harvard receives landmark gift of Dutch drawings
The Boston Globe – Featuring TI member George Abrams

November 4, 2017
George Abrams to donate landmark collection to Harvard museum
The Boston Globe – Featuring TI member George Abrams

October 20, 2017
Khizr Khan Honored at Boston Commemoration of Holocaust Composers
The Huffington Post – Featuring TI member Michael Gruenbaum

October 14, 2017
Brookline Holocaust survivor to perform children’s opera he sang in concentration camp
The Boston Globe – Featuring TI member Michael Gruenbaum

September 22, 2017
’Swonder women
Jewish Advocate – Featuring TI member Cindy Rowe

September 19, 2017
High Holy Days alert: Be prepared to look out the windows
Jewish Journal – Co-authored by Rabbi Soffer

September 14, 2017
Women Rabbis
Jewish Women’s Archives – Featuring Rabbi Elaine Zecher

September 7, 2017
Water for Life
Mayyim Hayyim Living Waters – Written by TI member Fern Remedi-Brown

August 22, 2017
United Against Hate

August 20, 2017
In Boston, concerned Jews gather in prayer and protest against bigotry
Times of Israel

August 19, 2017
‘What unites us is always stronger than what divides us’
Boston Globe

August 19, 2017
Greater Boston Residents Attend Gathering Calling For Unity On Eve Of Protests On The Common

August 19, 2017
Interfaith service stands in solidarity against bigotry
Boston Herald

August 18, 2017
Interfaith Vigil Held Ahead of Boston ‘Free Speech’ Rally
NBC Boston

August 18, 2017
Lawmakers, religious leaders attend interfaith vigil in Boston
7News WHDH Boston

August 18, 2017
Ruth at 89
Jewish Advocate – Featuring TI member Ruth Gordon

August, 2017
From Strength to Strength
Combined Jewish Philanthropies – Honoring Rabbi Elaine Zecher

July 31, 2017
Should ‘Harry Potter’ Be Included in the Canon of Holocaust Literature?
Tablet Mag – featuring TI’s Brigid Goggin

July 13, 2017
Is Moses Telling “Fake News”?
My Jewish Learning – Written by Rabbi Matthew Soffer

June 2017
2017 Unsung Heroines of Massachusetts Celebration
The Jewish Advocate – Featuring TI member, Phyllis Giller

June 23, 2017
Natan takes a cotton to Matan: Disability activist Matan Koch wins grant from Natan Fund to inform youth about inclusiveness
The Jewish Advocate – Featuring TI member, Matan Koch

June 22, 2017
Making friends and — maybe — major life decisions on Honeymoon Israel
The Boston Globe

June 5, 2017
Ceding Control – and Seizing It
Commentary on Parashat Beha’alotcha by Rabbi Matthew Soffer

May 15, 2017
Meet the 2017 Brookline Youth Award Winners – Featuring TI teens, Louie Goldsmith, Marjie Row, Isaiah Goldsmith, and Maddie Nagler

May 2017
LMA’s Temple Israel Helps Syrian Refugee Family Resettle in Boston

May 2017
The 21 Most Powerful People in Boston Business
Boston Magazine – Featuring TI members, Jill Medvedow and Steve Samuels

April 24, 2017
20 activists arrested during sit-in protesting detention of immigrants
The Boston Globe – Featuring Rabbi Matthew Soffer

April 21, 2017
Ignorance Or Denial? Israeli Stage And Stoneham Theatre Ask Contemporary Questions About The Holocaust
WBUR – The ARTery

April 20, 2017
Overdue at the library: Italian documents finally headed home
The Boston Globe – Featuring TI member, Lisa Fagin Davis and written by TI member, Andy Rosen

April 12, 2017
LETTER: Push political differences aside to fight for a better planet
Wicked Local – featuring TI teen Rachel Alexander

7 Modern Additions to the Seder Plate – featuring Rabbi Matthew Soffer

April 5, 2017
In First Passover Since Travel Ban, Groups Respond To Refugee Crisis With Pointed Readings
The Jewish Week – featuring Rabbi Matthew Soffer

March 30, 2017
A pine cone could be a new symbol for an ancient Jewish tradition
The Boston Globe

March 24, 2017
Muslim and Jewish communities bond amid fear
The Boston Globe

March 23, 2017
Shrage to step down as head of Combined Jewish Philanthropies
The Boston Globe – Featuring Rabbi Elaine Zecher

March 6, 2017
ADL Seder celebrates immigrants’ stories
The Boston Globe – Featuring Rabbi Matthew Soffer

February 13, 2017
‘It Isn’t Courage,’ Boston Mayor Tells Jewish Social Action Group, As National Media Take Note
The Huffington Post – Featuring TI member, Cindy Rowe

February 7, 2017
Brookline High School vs Needham High School on WGBH’s High School Quiz Show this week
WGBH – Featuring TI Teens, Louie Goldsmith and Seth Lockwood

January 30, 2017
Brookline immigration lawyer offers his services to those affected by Trump’s executive order
Wicked Local Brookline – Featuring TI member, Jason Giannetti

Winter 2017
A Leader Among Men
Brandeis Magazine

January 20, 2017
Marching on Shabbat? Rabbi’s Wife Offers This Prayer
The Forward

January 7, 2017
In 2 Weeks, a New King Will Arise…
The Jewish Advocate – Featuring TI member, Jeff Klepper

December 30, 2016
Klepper kibbitzes Klezmer
The Jewish Advocate – Featuring TI member, Jeff Klepper

December 23, 2016
Brandeis study on keeping children of same-sex parents Jewish
The Jewish Advocate – Featuring lead researcher and TI member, Jonathan Krasner

December 11, 2016
8 Sparks of Light: Joan Rachlin, Temple Israel Green Team
Ganei Beantown Jewish Gardens – Featuring TI member, Joan Rachlin

December 6, 2016
Our GPS is a GENERATIONAL Positioning System
The Times of Israel – Blog by Rabbi Matt Soffer

December 2, 2016
Chai in the Hub 2017
CJP – Featuring Rabbi Suzie Schwartz Jacobson and TI members Matan Koch, Rabbi Lila Kagedan, Jonathan Shapira

November 25, 2016
Israeli Stage readings speak to damaged bodies, healing souls
The Jewish Advocate

November 23, 2016
For Jews in Boston area, a trip to
Israel is common

The Boston Globe – Featuring TI member Jack Pierce

November 21, 2016
‘Love is the Answer’ protesters cry at State House rally against hate
The Boston Globe – Featuring TI member Isaac Zelermyer

November 20, 2016
Roslindale gathers to find the path forward
Universal Hub

November 16, 2016
Jewish Boston returns to the city
The Boston Globe

November 4, 2016
Area prof’s Vienna Project promotes Holocaust remembrance
The Jewish Advocate – Featuring Temple Israel member Karen Frostig

November 2, 2016
Synagogue Hosts Anti-Islam Speakers Again, and 100 Interfaith Clergy Protest
The Forward

November 2, 2016
CPA Endorsed by Boston Clergy
Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action

October 28, 2016
The 2016 top 100 women-led businesses in Massachusetts
The Boston Globe – Featuring Temple Israel members, Pam Goodman and Mindy Berman

October 26, 2016
Harvard Hillel sought a kosher deal for striking food workers
JTA – Featuring former RYFTI VP of Social Justice, Gabe Gold Hodgkin

September 30, 2016
Rabbi Elaine Zecher: Boston’s First Female Rabbi
Jewish Journal

September 23, 2016
10 Terrific High Holiday Books for Kids

September 22, 2016
The Installation of Rabbi Zecher
The Jewish Advocate

September 19, 2016
Newton Woman Becomes First Female Rabbi of Boston Temple
The Newton Patch

September 7, 2016
For Boston’s Temple Israel, a trailblazing senior rabbi
The Boston Globe

September 6, 2016
Meet Rabbi Elaine Zecher, Temple Israel’s First Woman Senior Rabbi
Jewish Boston

September 2, 2016
Stoneham teen gets $36,000 to help fund his mission
The Boston Globe

September 1, 2016
Boston Arts Czar Says We Missed One In Our Public Art Rankings
WBUR – The ARTery

August 20, 2016
Postcards from a journey of remembrance and hope
The Boston Globe

August 19, 2016
Area teen awarded $36K scholarship
The Jewish Advocate

August 9, 2016
A Teenager on a Homelessness Crusade
Jewish Boston

August 9, 2016
Civil Rights Journey: A Lasting Impact
Mitzvah Corps

TI Teen Max Davis wins Diller award
Diller Tikkun Olam Awards

July 29, 2016
Where in The World Should We Look for Solutions to The American ‘Divide’?
Diplomatic Courier

July 25, 2016
The lawyer who’s setting global legal standards from Boston
The Boston Globe

July 22, 2016
Area Rabbis remember, hope during German trip
The Jewish Advocate

July 9, 2016
In wake of violence, Boston faith leaders band together
The Boston Globe

July 8, 2016
Boston Clergy Meets Following Dallas Ambush
Yahoo News

July 8, 2016
Farmers Markets Bring Fresh Food to the LMA

July 6, 2016
Elaine Abrams takes home two Best of Show awards
Wicked Local

July 3, 2016
Fond memories of Elie Wiesel in Boston
The Boston Globe

July 1, 2016
Jewish Advocate

June 20, 2016
SAPERS & WALLACK win Massachusetts Family Business of the Year

June 17, 2016
Mayyim Chayyim Honors Two, Awards Two More
Jewish Advocate

June 13, 2016
Vowing that the power of love will always defeat hatred
PBS NewsHour

June 9, 2016
Milestones: Step by Step
Jewish Boston

June 8, 2016
This year’s best-rated CEO by employees is someone you’ve probably never heard of
The Washington Post

June 2, 2016
16 Clergy Arrested for Blocking Pipeline Construction: Here’s Why
The Huffington Post

May 31, 2016
This is Purely Theoretical
Jewish Women’s Archive: Rising Voices

May 27, 2016
Clerical activism, public safety, climate change
Jewish Advocate

May 27, 2016
A Prayer for West Roxbury—and the World
Beacon Broadside

May 26, 2016
Active Travels owners offer personalized vacations to customers
Boston Herald

May 25, 2016
Clergy arrested at West Roxbury pipeline protest
Universal Hub

May 25, 2016
16 clergy members arrested at West Roxbury Lateral gas pipeline protest
Wicked Local

May 25, 2016
Rabbi, cantor arrested in clergy gas pipeline protest
The Jewish Advocate

The Sacred Calling: Four Decades Of Women In The Rabbinate
Central Conference of American Rabbis

May 20, 2016
Stalin’s end, the future of Soviet Jewry
The Jewish Advocate

May 18, 2016
The new age of mahjong
The Boston Globe

May 13, 2016
From the Mayor’s Office: Community Prayer Breakfast is May 25
Wicked Local

May 8, 2016
Brookline resident, rabbi of Temple Israel in Boston opts for retirement
Brookline TAB

April 29, 2016
A child survivor of the Holocaust
The Boston Globe

April 23, 2016
Hadassah Foundation elects Brookline women to board
Wicked Local

April 20, 2016
Professor Arthur Segel Elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences
Harvard Business School

April 19, 2016
Hadassah Foundation Announces New Leadership: Five New Women Named to Board
Hadassah Foundation

April 13, 2016
The ‘30-Minute Seder’ is rabbinically approved. But is it too short? Or too long?
The Boston Globe

April 13, 2016
What’s nu? Riverway revelry
The Boston Globe

April 11, 2016
Joint Statement of AJC Boston and JCRC Concerning Newton Public Schools

April 8, 2016
Activists disrupt Newton forum on prejudice
The Boston Globe

April 5, 2016
Rabbi Lila Kagedan: A history-making title in Orthodox Judaism

April 4, 2016
Inspiring Testimony: Stories of Surviving Genocide
Facing History and Ourselves

March 17, 2016
Recognition of Genocide Long Overdue
Jewish Journal

March 15, 2016
White House Makes History, Hires First Transgender LGBT Liaison
Tablet Magazine

March 14, 2016
Q&A with Raffi Freedman-Gurspan, the White House’s Primary LGBT Liaison
My Jewish Learning

March 9, 2016
How We Engaged Older Adults and Transformed Temple Life
URJ Blog

March 8, 2016
Dover resident honored by Boston Police Foundation
Metrowest Daily News

March 4, 2016
Commissioner Evans Joins Officials from 57 Jurisdictions and 13 States in the “Do Not Stand Idly By” (DNSIB) Campaign
BPD News

February 25, 2016
Reform Movement holds first official prayer service at Western Wall
The Jerusalem Post

February 22, 2016
Temple member Saul Kurlat honored by American Technion Society
The Jewish Journal

February 22, 2016
Yad b’Yad Recipient: Rabbi Suzie Jacobson

February 19, 2016
The Times of Israel

February 5, 2016
Brookline resident, Holocaust survivor recognized at State House event
The Jewish Advocate

February 5, 2016
At 97, Charlotte Fellman goes home again
The Boston Globe

January 27, 2016
Elaine Zecher elected as senior rabbi of Temple Israel of Boston
The Jewish Advocate

January 22, 2016
Getting teens out of their comfort zone
The Boston Globe

January 21, 2016
Temples Evolving
The Jewish Advocate

January 21, 2016
Dresses Our Brides Have Worn
The New York Times

January 14, 2016
Female Orthodox Rabbi Poised to Make History With Job at New Jersey Synagogue

January 8, 2016
Pulpit on the Common
The Times of Israel

December 29, 2015
Food editor Sheryl Julian says goodbye
The Boston Globe

December 18, 2015
Chronicling women’s history, writers celebrate their own
The Boston Globe

December 16, 2015
Chai in the Hub 2016 Winners: Andrew Oberstein

December 16, 2015
I’m Proudly Jewish and I Love Christmas—Is That So Wrong?
Boston Magazine

December 14, 2015
Trump’s “Willing Executioners”?
The Times of Israel

December 9, 2015
ASP brings Shakespeare’s ‘The Winter’s Tale’ to Brookline
Wicked Local

December 7, 2015
Belmont Receives Top State Honor for Outstanding Work in Energy Efficiency

December 4, 2015
Efforts made to prevent backlash against Muslims after attack
WCVB Boston

December 4, 2015
BPD chief says backlash against Muslims won’t be tolerated
Boston Globe

December 3, 2015
The Festival of Lights is now an MFA tradition
Jewish Advocate

December 2, 2015
1000 Rabbis Sign Letter In Support of Welcoming Refugees

November 27, 2015
New Parents Wonder: Why Select a Jewish Preschool?
Jewish Advocate

November 20, 2015
Commemorating the Legacy of Yitzhak Rabin
Jewish Journal

November 12, 2015
Brookline resident writes teen book about his experience in concentration camp
Wicked Local

Somewhere There Is Still A Sun
Parents’ Choice

November 12, 2015
In Wayland antique shop, many hands make lights work
Boston Globe

November 6, 2015
URJ Biennial: Temple’s Amsler Offers Governance Guidance
Atlanta Jewish Times

November 6, 2015
Several local synagogues succeeding while others contending with challenges
The Jewish Advocate

November 4, 2015
I wanted to Hear that Rabin Was Going to Be Fine
Times of Year Course

October 22, 2015
Barney’s ‘Frank’ military talk propels a herculean crusade
The Times of Israel

October 20, 2015
How Geraldine Brooks Was Inspired by King David and Leonard Cohen

October 20, 2015
With The Conversation Sabbath, Dozens Of Clergy Hope To Get People Talking About Death
HuffPost Religion

October 19, 2015
Eye On Education: Boston Program Adds Year Of Learning Between 8th & 9th Grade
CBS Local

October 8, 2015
One Conversation That Can Make a Difference
Jewish Journal

September 30, 2015
Bard At The Bar: Shakespeare-Inspired Cocktail Recipes
Here & Now With Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson

September 29, 2015
A Letter from the Greater Boston Food Bank

September 24, 2015
Hadassah Walk for Health Draws in 60
Jewish Journal

September 13, 2015
‘The Boys Who Challenged Hitler’ and ‘Somewhere There Is Still a Sun’
The New York Times

September 11, 2015
A Bridge to the Sun
Jewish Journal

September 10, 2015
Boston Jews Lament Israel’s Summer of Homegrown Terrorism
The Times of Israel

September 3, 2015
A Vision of What Prayer Can Be
Jewish Journal

August 31, 2015
Rabbi Mehlman’s Journey for Justice

August 29, 2015
Newton’s Robert Fishman named among ‘Best Lawyers’
Newton TAB

August 29, 2015
NAACP “America’s Journey for Justice” passes through Carolinas
ABC News

August 28, 2015
Local clergy to have end-of-life discussions with congregants
Jewish Advocate

August 8, 2015
Temple Israel’s Trip to Cuba Makes Headlines
Boston Globe

August 5, 2015
Rabbi Susan Abramson, first rabbinic intern with Rabbi Mehlman, takes on a human issue
Boston Globe

July 31, 2015
Rabbi Gittelsohn is the focus of a new book 
Jewish Advocate

July 30, 2015
Lawmakers override Baker’s education funding vetoes
Boston Globe

July 14, 2015
Rabbi Friedman Influences ‘Entrepreneurial’ Rabbi
Atlanta Jewish Times

June 24, 2015
What’s in a name? TILLI Coordinator Lila Kagedan Becomes the first woman in North America to accept the title “Rabbi”
Canadian Jewish News

June 12, 2015
Boston’s Temple Israel sends young lobbyists to Beacon Hill
Jewish Advocate

June 5, 2015
The Daily Show Makes Infrastructure Funny

Reform Movement Shakes up the High Holidays with New Prayerbook
Jewish Advocate

June 3, 2015
Teen Empowerment’s Celebration of Hope and Caring
Boston Globe

June 1, 2015
Senate recommends funding for Unaccompanied Homeless Youth Law
Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless

May 13, 2015
Does God want Dzokhar Tsarnaev to get the death penalty?,

May 8, 2015
Temple Israel, don’t be intimidated by the noisy minority,
The Jewish Advocate

May 1, 2015
Applause for Temple Israel, The Jewish Advocate

May 1, 2015
Creating an LGBTQ Inclusive Community, Keshet Boston

April 27, 2015
Rabbi Zecher leads service to install Rabbi Jonah Pesner as
Director of the RAC, Consultation on Conscience

April 27, 2015
Fain Award Winner- TIKKUN: To Take on the World, Religious
Action Center

April 22, 2015
An American Teenager Helps Make History at the Western Wall,

April 22, 2015
Religious Leaders Debate The Death Penalty For Tsarnaev, Radio
Boston (WBUR)

April 16, 2015
Urban Jewish Transformations
Journal of Urban History

April 12 2015
Rabbi Friedman Helps Kindle the Flame of Remembrance at Yom HaShoah Ceremony, Boston Globe

March 31, 2015
TI Member is Adding ‘magic’ and meaning to the Passover Seder,
Boston Globe

March 29, 2015
Rabbi Zecher advises on Sanctuary for the Soul, Boston Herald

March 18, 2015
Rabbi Rick Jacobs Responds to Israeli Election Results,

March 17, 2015
Rabbi Soffer on the Honest Message of Despair, CCAR Rav Blog

March 10, 2015
Young Lobbyists in Push to Fund Homelessness Law They Helped Pass,
State House News Service

March 10, 2015
Young lobbyists fighting for funding to help homeless,

March 1, 2015
Clergy Trying to Lift The Spirits in Boston,
The Weather Channel

February 26, 2015
Boston’s Interfaith Clergy Send A YouTube Message To Storm-Battered City,
Huffington Post

February 23, 2015
YouTube video shows Boston’s snow no joke for rabbis, imams and reverends,

February 21, 2015
Interfaith leaders urge solidarity in snow video,
The Boston Globe