Led by Rev. Alison B. Miller The Jewish High Holidays begin this evening with Rosh Hashanah. It is a time to take stock of our lives, to make amends, and to begin anew. Let us reflect on these fruitful steps to allow us to be Builders of the Beloved Community in our lives and in […]
As the United States presidential election looms on the horizon, we are often confronted by conflicting ideas about what a patriot looks like. Let us explore together what it looks like to support the future and the well-being of our democracy and our nation.
Led by Rev. Alison B. Miller Join us for our Multigenerational Ingathering Service as we celebrate the start of another year together and kick-off Year 2 of our spiritual theme, “Building the Beloved Community.”
Led by Dylan Debelis During the holocaust, Jews and other victims wrote books upon books of jokes to help them cope. At the deathbed, many people tell silly stories or make inappropriate sarcastic remarks to get a laugh. What does this absurd levity mean for us in our daily lives?
Led by Dylan Debelis You would have thought that Pride celebrations would have been canceled this year. The night before many Pride parades all around the country, fifty people were murdered at a Gay Bar in Orlando. Only, the celebrations were not cancelled. Instead, the celebrations exploded with anger, gratitude, and joy. How do we […]