Chol HaMo-eid Sukkot recounts the story of the Golden Calf, the destruction of the tablets, and Moses’ interceding on behalf of the Jewish people for reconciliation with God.
The portion makes it clear that Moses is an ordinary human with ordinary faults.
As a high school teacher guiding my students in the art of essay writing, I often stress the importance of a strong conclusion.
WRJ’s Ner Tamid Society is building on the legacy of Hillary Handwerger and is delighted to share our upcoming listening campaign.
Remembering Hillary Handwerger
Shari Schulner, WRJ Manager of Philanthropy.
The Ner Tamid Society is focused on two
My grandfather was active in the community where I grew up and held the position of President of not one but two synagogues.
After hearing former White House speechwriter, Sarah Hurwitz speak at the last Fried Women’s Conference, I knew I had to share her information with more than just the women who had the opportunity to listen to her that day.
When thousands of people voted for our Arab Jewish Summer Camp at the last URJ Biennial, as part of the Choice Grant, and when the WRJ Board approved the YES Fund grant for this year’s Arab Jewish Summer Camp, we had no idea how significant, meaningful, and