Posts (Page 14)

Posts (Page 14)

Getting It Right

Yom Kippur gives us the chance to get it right. Right with HaShem and right with one another. This day is a day of national repentance and cleansing, so that the Jewish people can intercede for all nations during Sukkot. But, every nation, every kingdom, is made of individuals. Each of us must address our issues individually, so we can address our national sins before The…

Building the House of Scripture

We must read Scripture from the foundation – from Torah – upward. Let’s think about Scripture as if it were a house. How would we go about building a two-story house? Would a builder start at the first level? The second level? The roof? No! They are going to begin by laying the foundation. Only from there can they build the rest of the house. That is how we must consider…

Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

May their memory be a blessing: – Joyce Fienberg, 75 – Richard Gottfried, 65 – Rose Mallinger, 97 – Jerry Rabinowitz, 66 – Cecil Rosenthal, 59 – David Rosenthal, 54 – Bernice Simon, 84 – Sylvan Simon,  86 – Daniel Stein, 71 – Melvin Wax, 87 – Irving Younger, 69 At B’rit Hadasha, we stand with our Jewish community. We mourn with them and we commit to remember, grieve…

Celebrating 35 Years and Counting

This weekend, we celebrate 35 years of B’rit Hadasha. We are getting together with leaders and members from throughout the years and telling the stories that celebrate G-d’s goodness to B’rit. There is going to be storytelling and reminiscing and worship to Him for all that He has done. Remembering and recalling G-d’s goodness is a important part of life — so much so that…