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Creating A Welcoming Website A synagogue's website is its face to the community. Unlike previous generations, who would visit a synagogue, meet the rabbi and attempt to "feel" if they would be comfortable in the synagogue, people today, regardless of their age, go directly to the website. If they are seeking that initial feeling, it needs to be on the website. To learn more about the language of inclusion, please read Chapter 3 of Building a Successful Volunteer Culture © Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs 2011 All rights reserved
The Ark of the Covenant Part 3 of 3 The imagery of the ark and the meanings of the words in the Hebrew text from an Hebraic perspective by Jeff A. Benner. This presentation was recorded at the "Restoration" conference in Portland Oregon in July 2008.
The Ark of the Covenant Part 1 of 3 The imagery of the ark and the meanings of the words in the Hebrew text from an Hebraic perspective by Jeff A. Benner. This presentation was recorded at the "Restoration" conference in Portland Oregon in July 2008.
The Ark of the Covenant Part 2 of 3 The imagery of the ark and the meanings of the words in the Hebrew text from an Hebraic perspective by Jeff A. Benner. This presentation was recorded at the "Restoration" conference in Portland Oregon in July 2008.
KJV Error: The Word Cherubims in Genesis 3:24 A look at the incorrect translation of the Hebrew word keruviym.
Rabbi Leonard Gordon Mishkan Tefila Rabbinic Lessons Learned
Shabbat Today (Video Edition): Terumah Join Rabbi Russo as he reflects on his recent trip to Israel with 120 Eighth graders on the Taam Yisrael program, and how parshat Terumah places children at the center of our religious experience as Jews.
Rehearsal Video - A SACRED BRIDGE -- A COMMUNITY UNDER ONE GD Rehearsal Video for April 10, 2011 Performance "Music speaks louder than words. It's the only thing that the whole world listens to. When you sing, people understand." In a recent article in the Cantor Alaine Katzew describes the healing and bonding power and how music affects our lives. Music can function as a fantastic tool for outreach and keruv, drawing people together in creating an inter-religious global community. Singing ensembles thus function as a community within a community. It is in this spirit that we anticipate the celebration of an "Interfaith ChoralExtravaganza". This collaboration of church and community choirs in one voice exemplifies human unity through the power of music. The combination of four church and community choirs numbering over 130 singers lifting up their voices in harmony, singing unto Gd as one galvanized community is for the sole purpose of bringing together hopes and aspirations for a more tolerant world with peace and understanding between human beings. Music is truly the language of the soul. It gives us hope and lifts our spirits. Music remains with us throughout our lives and soothes our souls evoking emotions and memories. It tells us the story of our people, our morals and values and unites us all in times of sadness and happiness. The Sacred Service - Avodah Hakodesh, is a landmark in the history of Jewish music. For the very first time a composer of world stature was commissioned to write a complete setting of a Jewish ...
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FJMC Keruv The Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs Keruv Initiative seeks to provide guidance and comfort to those within our congregations who are intermarried, whose children are intermarried, or who have extended family of another faith. The FJMC has led North American Jewery in it's outreach programs to the intermarried. Contact the FJMC at 1-800-288-FJMC for more information or visit the website,
18 Zedekiah's Cave: The Way to the Ark of the Covenant Zedekiah's Cave has a wall that is believed to be the wall repaired by the prophet Nehemiah as prophesied by Daniel. It is the southern wall of the sanctuary cast into the ground where the Ark of the Covenant is hidden in a cave.
Daniel Liben Keruv Interview Rabbinic Lessons Learned