Ekar Farm’s Bountiful Harvest

Ekar Farm’s Bountiful Harvest

Ekar Farm’s Bountiful Harvest How did Ekar Farm go from being a small urban farm project on the Denver Academy of Torah’s campus to a front runner in the fight for food justice and action around climate change? Executive Director Sue Salinger says it is one of...
Colorado Gives Day: One, Singular Sensation

Colorado Gives Day: One, Singular Sensation

Colorado Gives Day: One, Singular Sensation comment dots icon Guest post by Jason Oruch, Director of Jewish Life Philanthropy Join one of the largest one-day giving movements in the countryMark your calendars: Colorado Gives Day is Tuesday, December 7, and for the...
Shabbat Shalom: Creation & Compassion

Shabbat Shalom: Creation & Compassion

Shabbat Shalom: Creation & Compassion Scientists call it “stuck tune syndrome”; we know it as an earworm: a few notes, a musical phrase, a lyric or a beat that gets stuck in your brain. For much of these High Holidays, my earworm has been singing two short notes,...
Distant Cousins Closes the Gap with Music

Distant Cousins Closes the Gap with Music

Distant Cousins Closes the Gap with Music comment dots icon Guest post by Ted Merwin, senior writer, Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) After 18 months, it’s clear that the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the nature of work and worship in our society...
Shabbat Shalom: Creation & Compassion

Shabbat Shalom: Look With Your Heart

Shabbat Shalom: Look With Your Heart This Shabbat, we read from the final Torah portion before beginning the yearly cycle anew next week. In it, Moses, prior to his death, bestows blessings upon all of Israel and to each tribe. And at the end of the reading, which...

0

X
X