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D’var Torah: Parashat Mishpatim

The greatness of Judaism, according to Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, “is not  simply in its noble vision of a free, just and compassionate society, but in the way it brings this vision down to earth,” which is accomplished through detailed legislation. That God is in the details, is a lesson from this week’s Torah portion, Mishpatim. A parallel

A Tu B’Shevat Message from Rabbi Sandra Bellush

Tu B’Shevat is on January 31st this year. This “New Year of the Trees” is  observed on the fifteenth (tu) of the Hebrew month of Shevat. Scholars believe that Tu B’Shevat was originally an agricultural festival, marking the emergence of spring. After the destruction of the Temple in 70 C.E., and the exile which followed, this holiday was a way for Jews to symbolically bind

Shabbat & BBQ in the Sand

Join us for a Shabbat service on the beach followed by an Oneg, barbeque dinner including food, beverages and dessert. Chairs provided, parking included. Casual beach attire, bring a sweatshirt in case it is cool that evening.