YAD taking innovative approach By Leah VannKeeping millennials and GenZers involved in their local Jewish communities is becoming more challenging as they enter their professional lives.During an online Town Hall
By Jordan Rudner The Jewish people have always been loud. We’re a religion that allows for — and in fact, prioritizes — argument and dissent. The sages write about it
By Ben Sales (JTA) — In its obituary of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, The Guardian wrote that the late Jewish Supreme Court Justice “abandoned her religion.” That couldn’t be more wrong.
‘Every little thing you do adds up’ By Deb Silverthorn Rabbi Jeffrey Leynor, longtime rabbi at Congregation Beth Torah and more recently at Beth El Binah, died on Sept. 16
In honor of the recent Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.’s 125th Annual Convention and the National Ladies Auxiliary of the JWVA’s 92nd National Convention (via Zoom), and all the
By Tina WassermanPassover might have the four questions that are open for discussion but this Rosh Hashanah has only one, and it is rhetorical: Why is this year different from