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woman with a yellow lab dog on a dock at sunset

A congregant asked me recently how I am managing.

Rabbi Rachel Barenblat
Four red wooden lounge chairs facing the water on the beach

For many people, Shabbat is a distinctive day throughout every season of the year.

Jane E. Herman
Feet and ankles of a person lying in a hammock

Shabbat is a radical, transformative idea.

Rabbi Ruth Adar
Stone MLK statue in Washington

This year, Temple Emanuel of Greensboro, N.C., will hold its 22nd annual MLK Shabbat Service.

Rabbi Fred Guttman
Holding Matches and candle fire on black background

This Friday evening begins with a candle-lighting for both Hanukkah and

I recently came across a box of old photos and mementos and found that at the bottom was a microcassette labeled “1998 Gomez.” Fumbling around for the cassette recorder, I wiped tears away.

Ilene S. Goldman

“More than the Jewish people has kept Shabbat, Shabbat has kept the Jewish people.”
– Ahad Ha-am (Asher Zvi Hirsch Ginsberg, 1856 –1927)

Jane E. Herman

My dear son,

Debi Mohile Goldberg
Person in shadow sitting on the edge of a dock; arms and hands around knees

"Busy." It’s a word that rolls off my tongue with such ease that it scares me.

Carly L. Goldberg, DSW, LCSW

Outdoor services offering kid-friendly, informal or abbreviated worship, and camp-style music are popular during the summer.

Jane E. Herman


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