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Seventy Faces of TorahStepping out of the Spectacle to Listen

Parshat Naso (Numbers 4:21 – 7:89)

Lecha Dodi, one of the love poems to the Holy One that we recite each Shabbat, quotes a meaningful concept from mystical literature: sof ma’aseh be...

Seventy Faces of Torah Examining Our “Glory-Flaw”:
A Brief Exercise for Sefirat Ha-Omer  

One of the joys of my work as a rabbi has been the opportunity to serve as the v...

Community Blog There’s an App for That — Making Shabbat Work for Us

On a recent Friday night we lit Shabbat candles and my wife and I recited the Ki...

Community Blog Summer Faculty Speaking Engagements

Each semester, Hebrew College faculty go beyond our classrooms to bring compelli...

Community Blog “Chesed” or “Kindness”: Why Using Hebrew Terms Matters

I was teaching Session 6 of Parenting Through a Jewish Lens (PTJL) at Temple Bet...

Leviticus Speakers of Infinity and Finitude

Parashat Emor (Leviticus 21:1-24:23) A few weeks ago, my mother sent me the nove...

Community Blog Musicians Share Passions for Hebrew College and Yiddishkayt

Cantor Ken Richmond and Rabbi Shira Shazeer Rab’10 are committing to sharing t...