Parting Words

By Rabbi Dow Marmur. Israel is currently greatly benefiting from not having a foreign minister. Avigdor Lieberman, who helped Prime Minister Netanyahu to do badly in the last general election by [...]

Tikkun Leil Shavuot at Holy Blossom

Tikkun Leil Shavuot—the evening of study and meditation and camaraderie goes all night long on Tuesday May 14th. After Holy Blossom Temple’s own Erev Shavuot services, dessert reception, and [...]

A True Story Dressed in Blue Velvet

By Rabbi Yael Splansky. A true story.  A terrifying and beautiful story about humanity – lost and found.  It is the story of the Sefer Torah, which has most recently come to Holy Blossom Temple. [...]

In Celebration of Rabbi Karen Thomashow

Rabbi Thomashow has brought compassion and insight to so many members of our congregation; she has brought collaboration and vision to so many areas of Temple life. After six years of devoted [...]

Hopes for Men and Women at the Wall

On the occasion of Israel’s 65th celebration of Independence, one hope for her 66th year is widening religious independence for all its citizens. Come to Rosh Chodesh Sivan services at 7:30am, [...]

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