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E-advocacy for July 2018: Our Fundamental Rights Hang in the Balance Shabbat Shalom! On Shabbat, it is said that we catch a glimpse of the world to come—a world of peace and prosperity for all. What better way to prepare for our day of rest than to do our part to make our world just a […]
This past Friday, families came together to play and celebrate Shabbat. Highlights at the Sholom Sprouts Shabbat included a fun candle making station to make Shabbat candles, Shabbat songs, bubbles, and even a delicious pizza dinner with wine for the parents!
6 Av 5778 July 18, 2018 Dear Rodeph Sholom family, I am about to share some inspiring news with you. Allow me a few words of context. Jewish history began with immigration. Abraham and Sarah were invited to go to a land God would show them. Ever since, people all over the world have sought […]
The United Nations high commissioner for human rights called the separation of children from their parents “government-sanctioned child abuse.”
This past Shabbat, on June 29th, Rabbi Ben Spratt delivered a beautiful sermon that felt deeply relevant to our current world, it is shared below. At the Brink of Everything “How dare they laugh?” A woman screamed on Columbus as she and a fellow diner observed a group of teens giggling as they huddled around a YouTube […]