Sunday, / May 19, 2024
Articles Filed Under “Outreach”
“Self-Serve” Tefillin Stands Coming to A Shop Near You
It’s not what you expect to find at Stop&Shop or a Winn-Dixie
At the Farmer’s Market
Been to the Farmer’s Market lately?   The freshly-baked hand-braided breads—courtesy of your local Chabad center—are selling out fast.  From Setauket, N.Y. to Petaluma, California, from…
Life Sketches: A Rabbi and a Priest
So a rabbi and a priest walk into a bar. No, this is not a joke, it’s a true story. But it wasn’t a bar,…
Life Sketches: Tevye in the 99-Cent Store
I walked into the 99-cent store on Poway Rd. and noticed a man smiling at me so I gave him a big “Hello!”
Life Sketches: Tefillin in the Eldridge St. Shul
This past summer, my wife and I and our 12-year-old daughter spent a few days in New York for her bat mitzvah. We love Jewish…
Life Sketches: The Pushka in My Hand
Mark,* the father of a six-year-old girl, recently lost his wife. I listened silently to his heartbreaking story. Was there anything I could do for…
“Excuse me, are you Jewish?”
Does stopping people at random to talk about Judaism even work? And what actually happens inside a Mitzvah Tank? 
Life Sketches: The Convert at Kol Nidre
It was 1991, our first year in Solon, and a week before our model Passover Seder when a woman in a local supermarket approached me.
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