Kehilla Sanctuary Quote – What Inspires You?

Thanks to the work of the Hiddur Mitzvah Committee and our generous community, our sanctuary has been beautifully painted in exquisite shades of earth and sky.  And there’s still more […]

Week 5 Day 7: Malchut sheh b-Hod

 After sundown on Monday, April 29 we recite: (Traditional) Baruch ata Adonai Eloheynu melech ha-olam asher kid’shanu b-mitz’votav v-tzivanu ahl s’firat ha-omer.  (Feminized) Aht brucha Shechina eloheynu chey ha-olamim asher […]

Week 5 Day 6: Yesod sheh b-Hod

 After sundown on Sunday, April 28 we recite: (Traditional) Baruch ata Adonai Eloheynu melech ha-olam asher kid’shanu b-mitz’votav v-tzivanu ahl s’firat ha-omer.  (Feminized) Aht brucha Shechina eloheynu chey ha-olamim asher […]

Week 5 Day 5: Hod sheh b-Hod

 After sundown on Saturday, April 27 we recite: (Traditional) Baruch ata Adonai Eloheynu melech ha-olam asher kid’shanu b-mitz’votav v-tzivanu ahl s’firat ha-omer.  (Feminized) Aht brucha Shechina eloheynu chey ha-olamim asher […]

Week 5 Day 4: Netzach sheh b-Hod

 After sundown on Friday, April 26 we recite: (Traditional) Baruch ata Adonai Eloheynu melech ha-olam asher kid’shanu b-mitz’votav v-tzivanu ahl s’firat ha-omer.  (Feminized) Aht brucha Shechina eloheynu chey ha-olamim asher […]

Week 5 Day 3: Tiferet sheh b-Hod

 After sundown on Thursday, April 25 we recite: (Traditional) Baruch ata Adonai Eloheynu melech ha-olam asher kid’shanu b-mitz’votav v-tzivanu ahl s’firat ha-omer.  (Feminized) Aht brucha Shechina eloheynu chey ha-olamim asher […]

Week 5 Day 2: Gevurah sheh b-Hod

 After sundown on Wednesday, April 24th we recite: (Traditional) Baruch ata Adonai Eloheynu melech ha-olam asher kid’shanu b-mitz’votav v-tzivanu ahl s’firat ha-omer.  (Feminized) Aht brucha Shechina eloheynu chey ha-olamim asher […]

Week 5 Day 1: Introduction and Chesed sheh b-Hod

After sundown on Tuesday, April 23 we recite:     (Traditional) Baruch ata Adonai Eloheynu melech ha-olam asher kid’shanu b-mitz’votav v-tzivanu ahl s’firat ha-omer.   (Feminized) Aht brucha Shechina eloheynu chey […]

Counting the Omer: Hod

Hod holds many attributes, often described as splendor, majesty, glory, grandeur, vigor, and more. Last year, my friend Rabbi Ezra Weinberg wrote about the aspect of hod that has to […]

Talking to our Kids About the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict – A Message and Invitation from Rabbi Dev

How do we talk to our kids about Israel/Palestine?  One of the most challenging things I face as a rabbi, an educator and a parent is finding developmentally appropriate ways […]