Ruth Kapp Hartz’s goal is to teach the history and the events of the Holocaust, the unprecedented genocide of the twentieth century during World War II, through her personalized story...Read More
There shall be one law for the native and for the stranger who resides in your midst.” (Exodus 12:49)
This verse, which comes near the end of the Torah reading for the first day of Pesah, reminds us that our freedom is bound up with the freedom of every human being. Just as it makes no sense to talk about peace for ourselves without talking about peace for everyone, so too does it make no sense to talk about freedom for ourselves without talking about freedom for others.
The Women of Germantown Jewish Centre invite you to our annual Torah Fund Brunch on May 5 at 11 AM honoring Yona Diamond Dansky, with speaker Elaine Culbertson, Chair of...Read More