ARCHIVE September, 2022

Vayelech 2022

In this week’s teaching video, we first recall an insight from Grant in which he compares life to a high-wire act. We then share insights from Vayelech regarding leadership and “passing the torch” to the next generation.  Video:  Vimeo | YouTube To download visuals, right-click the PDF file and save. Discussion Guide: Vayelech 2022-guide.pdf Medios Visuales:

September 29, 2022 in Media, Torah 5781 (2021-2022), Torah Commentary by

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Nitzavim 2022 Discussion Guide

This life is short. It goes by much more quickly than you might think. One minute you’re in the wilderness–and it feels like it’s taking forever–the next minute you’re about to enter the Land. Are you ready? Have you used your time wisely? Have you turned back to God? In this portion, read just before […]

September 22, 2022 in Media, Torah 5781 (2021-2022), Torah Commentary by

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High Holy Days Schedule

Please join us for our Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services!Note that the Erev Rosh Hashanah and Erev Yom Kippur services will also be livestreamed, but only if we can get the technology sorted out in time. Erev Rosh Hashanah: Sunday, Sept. 25, 7:00pm (livestream)Erev Yom Kippur: Tuesday, Oct. 4, 7:00pm (livestream)Yom Kippur: Wednesday, Oct. […]

September 16, 2022 in Announcements by

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Ki Tavo 2022

Ki Tavo begins with commands about bringing firstfruits to the central Sanctuary and allocating various tithes. Next is the reminder of what the covenant is: a mutual pledge between the people and God. Next are the features of ancient covenants: the blessing and curses that will follow faithfulness or disobedience. Finally, Moses summons the people […]

September 15, 2022 in Media, Torah 5781 (2021-2022), Torah Commentary by

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Ki Teitzei 2022

Containing 74 mitzvot (or 72, depending on who you ask) – the most of any portion in the Torah – Ki Teitzei is packed with commands. They include laws about family dysfunctions, moral and legal obligations towards neighbors and fellow citizens, sexual misdemeanors, moral behavior in relation to financial matters, and other rules of social responsibility. […]

September 9, 2022 in Media, Torah 5781 (2021-2022), Torah Commentary by

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Shoftim 2022 Discussion Guide

Here are some overarching thoughts to keep in mind while reading parsha Shoftim: Torah often links the qualities of truth (emet) and lovingkindness (chesed). This reminds us that truth must be tempered with love. Paul’s well-known exhortation is a clear example: “Speaking the truth in love, we are to grow up in every way into […]

September 2, 2022 in Torah 5781 (2021-2022), Torah Commentary by

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