Meet Rabbi Laura Rumpf, our new Jewish educator!
Sharing that I work at JFS has led to unexpected and wonderful conversations with strangers and friends alike about their own connections to Judaism.
I am more convinced than ever for the need to create more space for reflection and conversation—to understand the lived experiences that mold opinions.
It has been a year of contactless volunteering, but the lack of in-person contact has not lessened the sense of community.
Let’s work to free others of the bondage of their seclusion, the hunger of their loneliness and the exile of their isolation.
What are we to do with our multiplicity, which is at the essence of our very humanity? I wonder how different our society would be if we started with, “let us be who we will be.”