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Celebrate Hanukkah at Temple Micah

Posted on December 1, 2022

A Blessing for Those Who Have Had or Aided An Abortion

Posted on November 29, 2022

By Rabbi Stephanie Crawley On the first day of our New Year, I gave this blessing—for anyone who has had an abortion, or helped someone access one. You can learn more about our decision to offer the blessing in Rabbi Zemel’s column in the November/December 2022 edition of the Vine. What we originally thought would… Continue Reading A Blessing for Those Who Have Had or Aided An Abortion

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Attention: The “Natural Prayer of the Soul”

Posted on November 29, 2022

By Rabbi Josh Beraha Who hasn’t had the experience of sitting in a movie theater, a lecture, or yes—services at Temple Micah—when an intrusion from the digital world robs us of our focal point? Even as we try to give our full attention to something, that moment of intrusion understandably diverts it. We might keep… Continue Reading Attention: The “Natural Prayer of the Soul”

Bring Light Annual Appeal

Posted on November 23, 2022

The Well-Lived American Jewish Life: Praying our Values

Posted on November 21, 2022

By Rabbi Daniel G. Zemel At “Ask the Rabbis” on Yom Kippur afternoon, one congregant asked how Temple Micah clergy members consider taking stands on public issues. The question addressed a common concern about mixing politics and religion. Of the five rabbis on the bimah (including our two rabbinic fellows), four provided a response, which… Continue Reading The Well-Lived American Jewish Life: Praying our Values

Foundation for Jewish Camp: One Happy Camper Grants

Posted on November 16, 2022

Considering Jewish overnight camp for the first time? Your child may be eligible for a need-blind grant of up to $1,000 this summer! With over 150 traditional and specialty programs to choose from, there is a perfect camp out there for every child. Learn more about One Happy Camper grants, whether you’re eligible, and how to… Continue Reading Foundation for Jewish Camp: One Happy Camper Grants

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