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Drash Schedule for August 2019

 

Date

Parsha Drash
Aug 3 Mattot/Ma’asay Robert Littman
Aug 10 Devarim Hefcibah Martin
Aug 17 Va’etchanan Rabbi Daniel Lev
Aug 24 Ekev Sally Morgan

 

Honey and Poi – Author’s Preface

By Dr. Mathew Sgan

“I read Honey and Poi in one reading. I couldn’t put it down. I especially loved knowing the details of how the schul came into being, who the pioneers were, and the split involving egalitarianism. It… Continue reading

Let’s Toast to Life

A toast by Carolann Biederman, given during Donald Armstrong’s Roast & Toast Tribute Event

Many of Donald’s accomplishments here in Hawaii are collaborations and strategic partnerships. We know “it takes a village.” And it takes Sandy.

Tonight, though, the… Continue reading

For Jewish Ritual Celebrations and Ceremonies

Contact Rabbi Mel Libman, a member of Sof Maarav, resident of Honolulu, a member of the Rabbinical Assembly (the professional organization of Conservative Rabbis) and a graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York

Rabbi Mel Lipman… Continue reading

Family Promise

Family Promise is a wonderful, interdenominational service program that provides shelter to working homeless
families. Continue reading

Calendar

Upcoming Events

  1. Rosh HaShanah

    September 29 @ 6:20 pm - October 1 @ 7:30 pm
  2. Book Club – 10/6

    October 6
  3. Yom Kippur

    October 8 @ 6:20 pm - October 9 @ 7:30 pm
  4. Book Club – 11/10

    November 10
  5. Jewish Community Services 21st Birthday Party at the Pacific Club

    November 17

Categories

  • Forbidden Fruit, Rosh HaShanah, and Our Climate Crisis
    According to Hasidic traditions, the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, from the story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, worked in a deeper way than we usually think about it. It’s not just that after the eating of the fruit we humans could distinguish between good and evil. The test […]
  • Modern Jewish Mystical Masters
    This fall, as part of the Me’ah Select program at Hebrew Union College, Rabbi Natan Margalit will teach a class on the thought, practices and lives of some of the most profound and influential Jewish mystics of the modern era. Building on the earlier mystical traditions of heavenly ascents, Zohar, Lurianic Kabbalah, numerology and early […]