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Virtual Grief Discussion Group for Family and Friends of Holocaust Survivors

An online grief discussion group for family and friends of Holocaust survivors has just launched; this innovative and important virtual series of six sessions is available for anyone to access; sessions are archived for those who can’t attend live. The program, offered through Metropolitan Jewish Health System (MJHS) Hospice and Palliative Care...
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Reimagining Gender

--“I have a housing problem,” is one way to explain the discomfort some babies and small children may feel about having to fit a big soul in a small body; this disconnect may manifest in adulthood as malcontent with our physical embodiment, says Rabbi Asher Crispe in the introductory portion…

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Jewish Sages of Today: Profiles of Extraordinary People

Jewish Sages of Today: Profiles of Extraordinary People is a book, Teacher’s Guide, and website dedicated to inspiring readers through the examples of remarkable individuals who have made major contributions.

Virtual Grief Discussion Group for Family and Friends of Holocaust Survivors

An online grief discussion group for family and friends of Holocaust survivors has just launched; this innovative and important virtual series of six sessions is available for anyone to access; sessions are archived for those who can’t attend live. The program, offered through Metropolitan Jewish Health System (MJHS) Hospice and Palliative Care...
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Mati Expands Its Turning Point Program: It Started Out Teaching Digital Skills to Ultra-Orthodox Women and Now Includes Young Palestinians in East Jerusalem

MATI is a business development center headquartered in Jerusalem that, rather than put its energy into training individuals for new jobs, focuses on the bigger picture of the creation of new businesses. MATI’s new Turning Point program, which Targum Shlishi has been instrumental in encouraging and supporting, is in its pilot stage...
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Reimagining Gender

--“I have a housing problem,” is one way to explain the discomfort some babies and small children may feel about having to fit a big soul in a small body; this disconnect may manifest in adulthood as malcontent with our physical embodiment, says Rabbi Asher Crispe in the introductory portion…

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Rabbi Shagar: What People Are Saying About His Work, Newly Introduced to English Readers

A translator calls him “a peddler of paradoxes” and “an alchemist who casually synthesized sacred and profane.” The work of Rabbi Shimon Gershon Rosenberg (Shagar) (1949–2007), widely known in Israel, is new to an English-reading audience. The English translation of his book of essays, Rabbi Shagar: Faith Shattered and Restored, Judaism in a Postmodern Age (Maggid Modern Classics, 2017), was supported by Targum Shlishi...
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Jewish Sages of Today: Profiles of Extraordinary People is a book, Teacher’s Guide, and website dedicated to inspiring readers through the examples of remarkable individuals who have made major contributions.

Online Archive: The website for Rabbi Irving Greenberg collects and presents the work of this groundbreaking modern Orthodox rabbi and scholar. Lectures in audio, video, and text formats are supplemented with many other materials.

Toward a Meaningful Bat Mitzvah shares an approach to a bat mitzvah experience that allows girls to participate fully in the traditional ritual service while keeping within the broad parameters of traditional Judaism.

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