National Young Leadership Cabinet

National Young Leadership Cabinet

National Young Leadership Cabinet Federation’s premier young leadership development program, NYLC is comprised of our most promising young volunteers, ages 30-45. Those young leaders participate in a five-year curriculum that builds on a series of Jewish values:...
Shabbat Shalom: We Have Become the Heroes We Need

Shabbat Shalom: We Have Become the Heroes We Need

Shabbat Shalom: We Have Become the Heroes We Need At this time last year, I was sitting in the sanctuary at Rodef Shalom, listening to the Purim Megillah reading. As often happens when Purim falls in March, the holiday coincided with International Women’s Day and with...
Shabbat Shalom: Abundance

Shabbat Shalom: Abundance

Shabbat Shalom: Abundance This week’s Torah portion, Terumah, features an elaborate description of how the Mikdash, the Holy Sanctuary, is to be built. It details the materials that must be used and serves as a handbook for the construction. The reading begins with...
Shabbat Shalom: Marking Time

Shabbat Shalom: Marking Time

Shabbat Shalom: Marking Time Dissonance and harmony. Elemental qualities that can enliven or calm the senses. I’m thinking about this because the great pianist Chick Corea passed away yesterday. He, like other musicians of the post-John Coltrane era, laid down the...
Shabbat Shalom: Stop, Look & Listen

Shabbat Shalom: Stop, Look & Listen

Shabbat Shalom: Stop, Look & Listen Yesterday, I encountered a spirit from my past. Some of you may remember Abe Polonsky. A kind, gentle, and caring man, Abe was also strong. Of body and nerves. He was, for many years, the physical education director at the JCC,...

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