Grade 4 Students Win Brookline Children’s Book Shop Poetry Contest!
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Mazal tov to Moshe Sherman-Kadish (Grade 4) who won first place in the Brookline Children’s Book Shop Poetry Contest in…

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12155_10101034329068193_2109195832_n (1) D’var Torah: Rabbi Ravid Tilles (B’halotcha)
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I would like to title this, the final D’var Torah of the 2018-2019 school year, “The student has become the…

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D’var Torah: Rabbi Benjamin Samuels (Naso)
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No matter where in the world my children find themselves, they know that if they will not be spending Shabbat…

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fel D’var Torah: Rabbi Michael Fel (Bamidbar-Shavuot)
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On Passover we eat matzah. On Sukkot we dwell in the Sukkah. On Hanukkah we light the Hanukkiah. But how…

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silverman D’var Torah: Rabbi Rachel Silverman (Bechukotai)
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“If you don’t come downstairs by the time I count to three, you’re not watching TV!” I know I’m not…

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D’var Torah: Rabbi Ed Gelb (Behar)
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In parshat Behar, the concept of shmitah (one year in 7 of letting the land lay fallow) and Yovel (return…

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D’var Torah: Amy Newman (Emor)
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In Parashat Emor, the Torah teaches about “moadei hashem”, the “appointed seasons of God”:  the festivals that fall throughout the…

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D’var Torah: Rabbi Marcia Plumb (Kedoshim)
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Parashat Kedoshim is one of my favorite parshiot.  Its first verse led to major change in my life:  קְדֹשִׁ֣ים תִּהְי֑וּ…

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D’var Torah: Seth Korn (Acharei Mot)
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  In Acharei Mot, B’nei Yisrael is basically doing what we do on Yom Kippur but a bit simpler. All…

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elan-babchuck D’var Torah: Rabbi Elan Babchuck ’96 (Pesach)
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One of my favorite memories of Passover as a child is of bedikat chametz – the search for any remaining…

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