Tuesday Morning Torah – September 12, 2017

We are just ten days away from Rosh Hashanah and the start of a New Year. Please remember to join us this coming Saturday night at 8pm for our Selichot program. We will be watching the comedy Defending your Life

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Tuesday Morning Torah – September 5, 2017

Just over two weeks and counting until Rosh Hashanah. Are you ready?!

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Tuesday Morning Torah – August 29, 2017

Our hearts and prayers are with the people of Houston, and the greater area affected by Hurricane Harvey over these past few days. With the memory of Super Storm Sandy in the not too distant past, we on the Jersey

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Tuesday Morning Torah – August 14, 2017

** A Day Early- 
We have a congregant who will, God willing, soon be 106 years old! I remember visiting her one day and talking about the Holocaust and her early years in Germany. She couldn’t understand how it is

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Tuesday Morning Torah – August 8, 2017

As many of you know, I recently returned from a month at Camp Ramah in the Berkshires.  As always, I had an incredible time at camp. From the sounds of Hebrew and Israeli music around every corner, to the

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Tuesday Morning Torah – August 1, 2017

Today we mark the commemoration of Tisha B’av, the Ninth of Av, in which we commemorate the destruction of both Temples, as well as a number of historical tragedies that have occurred on, or around, this day in history.  It

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Tuesday Morning Torah – June 20, 2017

Arguing For The Sake Of Heaven

 

A story is told about a new rabbi who comes to a well-established congregation. Every week on Shabbat, a fight erupts during the service.  When it comes time to recite the Shema prayer,

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Tuesday Morning Torah – June 13, 2017

Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel taught:
 
It takes three things to attain a sense of significance: God, A Soul, And a Moment.
These three thigns are always here. Just to be is a blessing. Just to live is holy.
 
It is

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Tuesday Morning Torah – June 6, 2017

Most of you who are reading this are members, or associated with, the “Conservative” movement,  by virtue of your connection with our Torat El community. But in an age where the younger generation is eschewing the notion of belonging to

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Tuesday Morning Torah – September 27, 2016

In less than one week, we will gather together for Rosh Hashanah as we begin the new year of 5777 together. We look forward to celebrating with you. Any questions about tickets, times, or the calendar of events, please call

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