Mazal Tov – Shabbat Chatan

Mazal Tov to Zacky Cohen and family on the marriage of their son! This Shabbat, Parshat Vayigash, December 22, all are invited to join the family for Shabbat lunch after the tefillah at the Sephardic Center in honor of the Shabbat Chatan.

סגולות לחג החנוכה

סגולות לחג החנוכה    את  האור הגנוז קיבלנו מהקב”ה בשמונת ימי החנוכה… כל יום לאחר הדלקת נרות חנוכה סגולה עצומה לנשים, לשבת חצי שעה ליד הנרות הדולקים: לא לעשות מלאכה, להסתכל על הנרות ולהתפלל, לשאוב מהנרות את האור הגנוז. בימי בראשית היה אור גנוז שהאדם הראשון השתמש בו לראות מקצה עולם עד הקצה השני. אחרי חטא […]

Happy Hanukkah!

Warmest greetings to you and your family.  Happy Chanukah

Community Chanukah Party For Adults & Children

Join us for a Chanukah night party at the second night of Chanukah (December 9) with Music, Food, Liquor, Light and Love for Chanukah. We’ll have a special events for adults and for kids (separate). Our evening will feature Rabbi Nadav and time for fun and meaningful connection. The party will start at 5:00pm and go until 7:30 pm. Bring your friends and […]


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The Mystery of the Jewish People- Parashat Hukat

  Parashat Hukat begins with the Misva of “Para Aduma,” the red heifer whose ashes were used to make the waters through which people would be purified after becoming Tameh (ritually impure).  The Torah refers to this Misva as “Hukat Ha’Torah” – the “statute” of the Torah.  Para Aduma is the quintessential “Hok,” or law […]

A rabbi once told the following tale:

“In my youth when I was fired with the love of God, I thought I would convert the whole world to God. But since I discovered that it would be quite enough to convert the people who live in my town, and I tried for a long time but did not succeed. Then I realized […]

Man’s Search for Meaning

We who lived in concentration camps can remember the men who walked through the huts comforting others, giving away their last piece of bread.   They may have been few in number, but they offer sufficient proof that everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s […]

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