Holy Days

What Your Kids Teach You About Joy

Posted on August 19, 2016

Some personal reflections as we prepare for the High Holidays by Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg Yonatan, my 7-year-old, has been climbing trees lately. There’s this one tree in the parking lot of his school, near where I usually park when I pick him up – it’s his special tree. He always wants to climb it and spend Continue Reading »

Passing on the Passover

Posted on April 9, 2016

by Rhonda Jacobs Kahn Passover in my house really began the day after Purim when my mother would kasher the small kitchen in the basement and begin to cook kugels, soups, pot roast… whatever could be made ahead and frozen. Things really heated up a few weeks later when she began cleaning the rest of the Continue Reading »

Women’s League Reads

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Join Women’s League Reads, a moderated on-line discussion group about books of interest to today’s Jewish women. Read the selected book, post comments and questions and then enjoy a special bonus conversation with the author or a scholar who can enhance our understanding of the book. Click here to read or listen to past conversations with authors.