Cookies on
this website

This website uses cookies, some of which have already been set as they are essential to the site's operation. You may delete and block all cookies, but parts of the site will then not function.

I accept cookies from this site Allow Cookies

Tetzaveh

Without an interest in fashion, food or furniture you’d be forgiven for dismissing this sedra as one of those tedious tracts describing long disused rituals. Details of the priestly vestments and preparation of the sacrifices seem a lon...

Posted on 17 February 2016, By Nick Gendler
Conservative Judaism Today and Tomorrow

Community Covenant requires community: vital and caring face-to-face communities that are the building blocks of the global community, linking Jews across the generations and around the world. The task of building, maintaining, and transf...

Posted on 10 February 2016, By Professor Arnold Eisen
Terumah

Gift-giving is the most primitive form of economic exchange.  Claude Levi-Strauss posited the notion that culture emerged at the point when two warring tribes offered their sisters as “gifts”, exchanging sisters instead of swords and...

Posted on 10 February 2016, By Georgia Kaufmann