Parashat Ve’etchanan: Deuteronomy 3:23 to 7:11

This ‘sedrah’ contains some of the most powerful words in the book of Devarim. We read a second text of the Decalogue, we read the Shema and the V’ahavta paragraphs, and many other passages about the covenant God has made with the Israelites. The people are overwhelmed by Moses’ teaching, and they ask him to continue teaching them. Warning the Israelites about their rebelliousness at Massah, Moses tells them, “do what is right and good in the sight of Adonai, that it may go well with you.” Moses reiterates that the people are God’s chosen and treasured people, and they will be loved if they are loyal to God’s covenant.

February-March-April 2024 Newsletter

February-March-April 2024 Newsletter

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RebbeSoul, Stephanie, and Me

RebbeSoul, Stephanie, and Me

Some years ago I met Stephanie Liss, award winning playwright, through a Facebook women’s group. It became obvious the antisemitism…
Swing Soleil to Perform at CBT

Swing Soleil to Perform at CBT

We love music here at Congregation Beit Tikva. Hilary Schacht, violinist extraordinaire, is our connection to this wonderful band. Hilary…