During the Passover seder, we exclaim, “Next year in Jerusalem!” As we begin the holiday of Passover, Rabbi Zuckerman ponders our arrival to the Promised Land and discusses just how far or close our redemption might truly be.
What does the Torah tell us about re-engaging in society after an illness? Rabbi Cosgrove discusses the lessons that Parashat M’tzora can teach us as we continue to grapple with the current pandemic.
Rabbi Koffman explores how the rituals of those afflicted with skin disease in the Torah (tzara-at) remain relevant for us today.
We can learn from the actions of Aaron that we must use our power and position to bring blessings to others. Explore the lessons of Parashat Sh’mini with Rabbi Witkovsky.
Communities need different models of leadership. Rabbinic Intern Kornsgold explores the balance between the leadership roles of Moses and Aaron in this week’s parashah.
No matter what you have to offer, everyone is worthy of atonement before God. Rabbi Zuckerman guides us through Parashat Va-yikra and ensures that we are all welcome in God’s sanctuary.
God tells us that the laws are meant for “walking in them,” but what does it mean to walk in the ways of the Torah? Rabbi Witkovsky looks for the answers in this week’s parashah.
Living in the Diaspora, we get an extra day of the Passover holiday. Rabbinic Intern Kornsgold looks at how we can use this additional day of Passover as an opportunity for extended reflection.