We didn’t start the fire but we can start to put it out Rabbi Evan Moffic – Rosh Hashanah 5779 (2018) Once upon a time a man named Abraham was walking through a forest. He came into a clearing and saw a big house. He looked more closely. The house was on fire. He…
There is Nothing Wrong About Israel That Can’t Be Fixed By What is Right About Israel Yom Kippur Day Sermon 5779 (2018) Rabbi Evan Moffic The early pioneers in Israel wrote this popular song. “Anu banu artza livnot u’lihibanot ba. We have to come the land to build and to be rebuilt by it.” These…
High Holy Days will begin with Rosh Hashanah on Sunday evening, September 9 at 8:00 PM, and continue Monday morning, September 10 at 10:00 AM. Family Services will be held on Monday at 2:00 PM, and a Rosh Hashanah family reception will precede the Family Services at 12:30 PM.
Kol Nidre begins on Tuesday evening, September 18 at 8:00 PM, and we continue the following morning at 10:00 AM for Yom Kippur worship.
This month we experience the beginning of Spring. As the natural world around us re-awakens, friends and families together in celebration of Passover. Passover is a very ancient festival; a well spring of traditions that represents many important and interesting layers of our people’s history and culture.
“In every generation, each of us must see ourselves as if we personally had come out from Egypt.” – (Mishnah, Laws of Passover) I hope you had a meaningful Passover Seder. The Passover Seder might be the oldest surviving ritual in the Western World. According the Hebrew Bible, it dates back some 3300 years, to…
Taking an applesauce snack break from all the singing and dancing at this month’s Bimbam Shabbat with Cantor Jay! See you next time, November 11th at 9:30am!
Congregation Solel welcomed its youngest members to Lev Solel on October 6th during Shabbat services. Mazel Tov on Consecration! The chapel was full of song, prayer and ruach! It was also Sukkot, and Cantor Jay helped the new students shake the lulav and etrog. We wish all of you a life full of Jewish learning!
High Holy Days will begin with Rosh HaShanna on Wednesday evening, September 20 at 8:00 PM, and continue Thursday morning, September 21 at 10:00 AM. Family Services will be held on Thursday at 2:00 PM, and a Rosh Hashanah family reception will precede the Family Services at 12:30 PM.
Kol Nidre begins on Friday evening, September 29 at 8:00 PM, and we continue the following morning at 10:00 AM for Yom Kippur worship.