Parshat Yisro-Dania Halperin

This week’s Parsha begins with the famous encounter between Moshe and his father-in-law Yisro. When Yisro arrives at the camp, Moshe greets him with a low bow and kisses,...

Parshat Beshalach-Eitan Feifel (YEWWWW)

In last week’s parsha, Pharaoh finally allowed the Jews to leave Eretz Mitzrayim. Now, in Parshat Beschalach, Pharaoh yet again changes his mind, and decides to chase after the...

Parshat Chayei Sarah – Eitan Feifel

This week’s Parsha, Chayei Sarah, starts off with the death of Sarah. One would fine this odd because the name of the Parsha literally means ‘The Life of Sarah’....

Parshat Lech lecha-Jason Rabotnick

In this weeks Parsha, Parshat Lech Lecha, God told Abram to “Go to a land that I Will show you”. This is more than just a kid sleeping over...

Rosh Hashanah-Dania Halperin

Teshuva and Repenting are two very different things. According to Google “to repent” means: “To feel or express sincere regret or remorse about one’s wrongdoing or sin.” The christen...

Parshat Nitzavim-Vayelech – Eitan Feifel

There are two main themes portrayed in this Parsha, new beginnings and choices. In Nitzavim – Vayelech, the Parsha begins with God re-establishing his covenant with the Jewish people. He...

Parashat Bechukotai- Dania Halperin

In this week’s Parsha, G‑d promises that if the people of Israel will keep His commandments, they will enjoy material prosperity and dwell securely in the land of Israel. But He will also...

Parashat Emor- Moshe Kaplan

The Kohanim, because of their idealism and self sacrifice, were rewarded with the service in the Mishkan and Beit Hamikdash. However, with their position comes added responsibility. “They shall...

Pesach – Jason Rabotnick

“God of wisdom, teach to to relate to others with words they need to hear, With words, that will never misguide. Teach me, dear God, That often, The most...