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Getting to Yes: A Motto to Live by at The Giving Tree
Life offers us up many chances to make a difference….and the key to it all is to simply say “yes” when the opportunity presents itself. And if you have ever wanted to give of your time or help make someone else’s life easier or brighter, The Giving Tree offers so many ways
December 6, 2022
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Rabbi Dan Levin’s Closing Remarks for Prime Minister Netanyahu | Temple Beth El Antisemitism Series
Rabbi Dan Levin: When you speak to the prime minister, I would invite you to share a message, from me. David Friedman: Sure. Rabbi Dan Levin: The message has two parts. One is that Reform Judaism exists here in America to bring people on the periphery of Jewish life into the
December 2, 2022
Shabbat Message
Love Rising: Shabbat Message by Rabbi Dan Levin
Our world is convulsing in hatred – in a Wal-Mart by a hate-filled manager, in a dance club by a hate-filled loner, by a popular rapper who said: “I see good things about Hitler,” by a smug white-supremacist who claims that immigrants, feminists, and gay people contribute to a “bastardized
December 2, 2022
Shabbat Message
November 29 In Jewish History: Shabbat Message from Rabbi Jessica Spitalnic Mates
In the year 1940, the concentration camp Auschwitz was created. In the year 1949, the Israeli Knesset met for the first time in Jerusalem. That roller coaster of history and hope, and destruction and despair in the 1940s is marked by one particular date that is a liminal moment in
November 25, 2022
Shabbat Message
Hapax Legomena: Shabbat Message by Rabbi Elana Rabishaw
This past Sunday, an inquisitive second grader asked me how many words were in the Torah. Without any idea, I consulted Rabbi Google, who told me that there were just under 80,000 words. Of those, there are nearly 1,500 words that appear in the Torah only once. The fancy name
November 18, 2022
Shabbat Message
Our Lives, Our Fortunes, and Our Sacred Honor: Shabbat Message by Rabbi Dan Levin
The story of the “Binding of Isaac” that concludes this week’s Torah portion pulls hard on conscience and our soul.  What parent would offer to sacrifice a child?  What God would ask such a thing? The rabbis wrestled with these questions too.  The midrash imagines a conversation between Isaac and
November 11, 2022
Shabbat Message
Lech L’cha: Shabbat Message by Rabbi Greg Weisman
We are a people who have wandered. The Jews of our community have made our way to Boca Raton over the past few generations, and our parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents before us made their way to the US. They were descendants of Jews who went back and forth across Europe,
November 4, 2022
Racial Equity Newsletter
Equality: Racial Equity Newsletter – Help Protect the History of Pearl City in Boca Raton
Racial Equity Newsletter: Help Protect The History Of Pearl City In Boca Raton​ Dear Equality readers, There are a few important undertakings going on in our community that we wanted to make you aware of. Please take a moment to read these, and hopefully you will be able to help!
November 4, 2022
Press Releases
Bellissima: A Musical Evening of Romance, Drama and Intrigue
     TEMPLE BETH EL OF BOCA RATON PRESENTS:  BELLISSIMA-A MUSICAL EVENING OF ROMANCE, DRAMA AND INTRIGUE, INCLUDING OPERA, BROADWAY AND MORE   Boca Raton, FL (October 20, 2022) Temple Beth El of Boca Raton  will present Bellissima: A Musical Evening of Romance, Drama and Intrigue, including opera, Broadway and
October 30, 2022