B’nai Tikvah was thrilled to welcome our beloved community member and musician Lisa Zeiler to speak to us at our annual Pride Shabbat Service. We hope you are as moved and inspired as we are by her words: I used to have an invisible friend. I remember him being in my earliest memories. His name […]
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Chaverim, As I sit in my office writing, the world outside is literally on fire. The smoke in the air is suffocating, and this from a fire all the way in Chico. The air feels like a fitting backdrop to the state of our world: on fire in every direction. There is immense fear, and […]
November 2, 2018 / 24 Cheshvan 5779 Dear Friends, Tonight’s 6:30pm Shabbat service, as always, is our monthly family service. Congregants and friends with young children are especially encouraged to attend, and B’nai Tikvah being the kind of synagogue it is, the rest of our community is also welcome. We will also be participating in […]
Chaverim, The older I get, and the more deeply my heart breaks at the lack of compassion and respectful communication in the world, the more I believe that our healing and survival are going to depend on people learning to talk to each other. Specifically, people who have opposing views of the world need to […]
Chaverim, Have you ever wondered why Yom Kippur is the best-attended day of the entire Jewish year? So many Jews belong to synagogues, send their kids to religious school, and only show up on the most serious and intense day of our ritual calendar. It really tells you something about the Jewish people! Why, for […]