NEW VISION FOR A DOWNTOWN HEBREW SCHOOL, by Rabbi Darren Levine As a rabbi working with students in New York for the past ten years, there are a number of important lessons I’ve learned – and they’ve all influenced my vision for the Tamid Hebrew School. First, we should be dealing with Jewish identity formation,
Thank you to everyone who joined us in Celebration of our First Shabbat Gathering as a community. A hearty thanks to St. Paul’s Chapel and Trinity Church for welcoming us so warmly – enjoy a short movie from our shabbat and we look forward to sharing more special moments with you in the future!
Shabbat Shalom, This week is Parashat Emor and the Torah says, “you shall not put a stumbling block in front of the blind.” For the past decade, Ruth Messinger has dedicated her work to removing stumbling blocks for some of the neediest people and places on our globe. Through political advocacy, education, and a deep personal
Fused By Their Faiths Published: April 16, 2012 9:17 PM By MARIA ALVAREZ. Special to Newsday Photo credit: Nancy Borowick | Rabbi Darren Levine of Tamid stands inside St. Paul’s Church on Broadway. (April 11, 2012) Two dads developed a relationship watching their sons play basketball at a neighborhood playground, never knowing they had a common link —
Last week, people all over the world are honored Yom HaShoah – Holocaust Rememberance Day. Our hearts cry out for the shattered lives and at the same time, we’re mindful of the righteous of the world who sheltered, fed, and protected our People and others, at the risk of their own lives. The generation of