"Reyim" means friends, and our friendships are the life of our community.
We look to the stories, wisdom, spiritual insights, and halacha of our tradition to bring meaning into our lives.
Our community is defined by the core Jewish value of gemilut hasadim, compassion and loving kindness.
The theme of our class is eit ratzon, which means a time of desire. What does it mean to be in a time of desire, or wanting? How do we pray effectively when we are there? How are we most able to be heard? Is there a special time of day for these types of prayers? We will explore Jewish texts that grapple with these questions, and seek to find the answers and guidelines that the rabbis of the Talmud, midrash and mystical tradition offer us in our times of longing.
Please join us for Shabbat services, which Rabbi Berman will lead from our chapel. We hope to develop a Shabbat morning experience that feels meaningful to those who are viewing remotely. This will be an iterative process, as we experiment with different forms of prayer, Torah, divrei tefila and divrei Torah.
You can join us here.
As we face challenges of distance and illness due to COVID-19, we want to be sure to meet the needs that may arise for our community members. Please take a moment to complete this form if a need arises or if you feel you can support others' needs. Responses are confidential.
In addition, you can find many more resources for mental health, emergency services, and parent coaching here.
We are committed to delivering 25 boxes of raisins and 30 boxes of cereal each month to JF&CS. Ordinarily our community would purchase these items and drop them off individually but given the current circumstances, we are asking our community to donate funds that we can use to buy the items. Any amount is welcome!.
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