Koolulam commemorate the Holocaust, performing the song “Chai” by Ofra Haza. 600 Holocaust survivors and their families gathered at Beit Avi-Chai in Jerusalem, marking the 2018 Holocaust Memorial Day, April 8th 2018.
Synagogues around the world—and around Vermont—invited Jewish people and those of other denominations to attend Jewish religious ceremonies this weekend. This came as part of the Show Up for Shabbat movement, a national campaign to show solidarity with the Jewish community after last week’s shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue.
Hello Temple Sinai, What a turnout we had for the #ShowUpForShabbat solidarity service last Friday night! Over 200 people of all faiths from across the community came to express their support for the Jewish community, including clergy from local churches, the president of the Islamic Society, Mr. Taysir AlKhatib, and Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman. After […]
Hello Temple Sinai, ’Tis a fearful thing to love what death can touch. A fearful thing to love, to hope, to dream, to be – to be, And oh, to lose. A thing for fools, this, And a holy thing, a holy thing to love…. The massacre at Congregation Tree of Life in Pittsburgh has […]
Hello Temple Sinai! This week’s Torah portion, Vayera, is among the most famous, and most confounding, as it contains both the story of Sodom and Gomorrah and the Akedah, or the binding of Isaac that we read on Rosh Hashanah. Both stories abound with conflicting interpretations, and both challenge us to figure out what they […]
Hello Temple Sinai! Thanks to all the people that turned out on Friday night for Kabbalat Shabbat services and oneg. We also had a full house at Torah Study on the story of Noah and the flood, and I look forward to studying the beginning of Abraham and Sara’s story this week. Since there are […]