West End Synagogue

Left Out

04/27/2010

I was delighted to be contacted by Stewart Ain for his article, “U.S.-Israel Tensions Now Hitting Pulpits” (April 23), since I do not believe in the 12 years I have served as rabbi at West End Synagogue: A Reconstructionist Congregation, I have ever been asked to comment on current issues for a piece in the paper.
 

Reimagining Hebrew School

Staff Writer
08/18/2009
The story of the Garden of Eden could be seen as a biblical truth, raising eternal questions of wrong vs. right, good vs. evil. Or it could be used as a parable, a map of the human choices we face today, exploring issues of what is knowledge and what are the consequences of it in our lives?

Not Your Grandfather’s Beit Midrash

10/20/2009
Staff Writer
Like thousands of men have done for hundreds of years, Rachel Druck is studying the prohibitions of Yom Kippur these days. In Aramaic, in the Talmud, in a yeshiva.

Not Your Grandfather’s Beit Midrash

Yeshivat Hadar, a new-look advanced learning center, is breaking gender and denominational ground.

10/21/2009
Staff Writer

Like thousands of men have done for hundreds of years, Rachel Druck is studying the prohibitions of Yom Kippur these days. In Aramaic, in the Talmud, in a yeshiva.
“A year of shaping myself”: Israeli Chana Kupetz is studying with a like-minded group of egalitarian Jews at Yeshivat Hadar. Mic
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