Jalda Rebling and Anna Adam hopped out of the Happy Hippie Jew Bus clutching a cuddle Torah and a handful of temporary tattoos of the Hebrew words for “peace” and “love.” Adam always wanted a tattoo growing up, but her … Continue reading
At 83, Leah Novick is, by her reckoning, one of the oldest female rabbis in the country. It’s a part of her identity she carries with pride. Read the full article on Jweekly.com.
Zmanim, based out of Sebastopol, is a 4-month-old venture that blends adventures in nature with Jewish spiritual and educational experiences. Exploring Judaism through the great outdoors is not a new idea, but organizers are hoping their program resonates for Jews … Continue reading
Rabbi Ed Stafman, along with 14 other volunteer members, was appointed by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights to serve on the Montana State Advisory Committee. State advisory committee members conduct reviews and produce reports and recommendations concerning local civil … Continue reading
Our hearts break at the news that Muhammad Hussein Abu Khdeir, a Palestinian teenager, was kidnapped and brutally murdered in Jerusalem less than a day after Naftali Fraenkel, Gilad Shaar and Eyal Yifrah were laid to rest. The brutal murders … Continue reading