D’var Torah: Ami Joseph (Haazinu)
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Did you know there was a can of tuna in the Ark of the Covenant alongside the two tablets that…

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D’var Torah: Rabbi Ed Gelb (Vayelech)
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Not everyone experiences religious practice the same way. We all sometimes feel that it is hard to access God, spiritual…

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Rabbi Danielle Eskow D’var Torah: Rabbi Dani Eskow (Nitzavim)
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Being a parent during the High Holy Day season is not exactly a walk in the park. We survived the…

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D’var Torah: Eli Williams (Ki Tavo)
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In Ki Tavo, God instructs Moses to speak to all of the Israelites about laws, curses and blessings that could…

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Rebecca Luire D’var Torah: Rebecca Lurie (Ki Titzei)
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Throughout parashat Ki Tetzei, this week’s Torah portion, the final laws of the Torah are given to the Jewish people….

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12155_10101034329068193_2109195832_n (1) D’var Torah: Rabbi Ravid Tilles (Shoftim)
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This week’s parsha, Shoftim, begins with one of the most referenced phrases of the entire Tanach (Bible) “Tzedek, Tzedek Tirdof – Justice, Justice,…

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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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