Rabbanit Chamutal Shoval

Online Prayers Bring New Spirit to Synagogues Women also want to pray and be counted in the synagogue. Prayers over Zoom bring a spirit of partnership and equality Rabbanit Chamutal Shoval is the Anita Perlman Fellow in Ohr Torah Stone’s Susi Bradfield Women’s Institute of Halakhic Leadership  Makor Rishon | April 2, 2020 On the …

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The Message and its Messenger We have the opportunity to become the “authors” of the prayers we read and the Torah we study through internalizing their messages and personifying their ideals. By Rabbi Dr. Kenneth Brander – September 4, 2018 With the long days of summer winding down, we can anticipate the swelling of our synagogue …

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Rabbi Grunstein

Rosh Chodesh Davening: Something’s Missing Rabbi Yehoshua Grunstein At the beginning of each Jewish month [with the exception of Rosh Hashanah, which is a full-fledged holiday beginning of the Jewish year, and also being the beginning of the Jewish month of “Tishrei[1]“,] we add the paragraph of “Yaale VeYavo” to our Amida on that day …

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The Right Way to Love God by Rabbi Dr. Michael Ben Admon Translated from the original Hebrew by Rabbi Benjy Myers While praying, each person occasionally stops the flow of words coming out their mouth to focus on a word or phrase that has special meaning, one that is a source of personal inspiration for …

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