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Project Shoresh, a Providence-based organization that helps Jews connect to their roots, is participating in “Walk to Israel,” a fundraiser organized by Olami, a global Jewish organization with similar goals. The fundraiser was designed to mobilize Jewish communities worldwide and promote healthful outdoors activities, while also supporting local Jewish organizations. more
Before the coronavirus pandemic shut down sports, the Pawtucket Red Sox were about to celebrate their 50th – and final – season at McCoy Stadium. Among the events that had been planned … more
If you’re stressed about your financial situation, if you’re worried about covering your expenses from week to week and month to month, if you’re  fretting about your … more
In the summer of 2018, sponsored by a grant awarded to my synagogue, Providence’s Congregation Beth Sholom, I traveled to Ireland and Northern Ireland to learn about Jewish life and … more
Carl Shulman is the new Youth & Family Engagement coordinator at Temple Beth-El, in Providence. Shulman spent the last five years at Temple Etz Chaim in Franklin, Massachusetts, as their Senior … more
Several years ago, the folks at Temple Beth-El’s Rabbi Leslie Yale Gutterman Religious School had a dream of remaking their education program for busy modern families. At the time, Rachel … more
The Providence Hebrew Day School’s 73rd annual awards program will be held on Sunday, Sept. 6, but the usual presentation at the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community Center is being … more
College graduates through the age of 30 are eligible to volunteer at two boarding schools for at-risk children in Rhode Island’s partner community, Afula, Israel, and the Gilboa region of … more
Howard Voss-Altman is settling into his new role as rabbi of Temple Habonim, in Barrington. No stranger to Rhode Island, Voss-Altman was the senior rabbi at Temple Beth-El, in Providence, for five years. more
Whether you plan to pray online for the High Holy Days this year or to dip apples in honey and hear the blasts of the shofar in temple, the Jewish New Year will arrive at sunset on Friday, Sept. 18. Will you be present for services or will COVID-19 keep you at home? Will the holidays be filled with regrets for what they should have been? Will 5781 be a sweet year? While no one can see the future, we can find inspiration and hope right now from rabbis in our community. more
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