I love summer and am a bit sad to see autumn arrive. But S’lichot gets me in the mood for the coziness of cool weather, the prayers of the High Holy Days, and the emotional warmth of returning my energies to the Jewish community from my garden. S’lichot translates as forgiveness and refers to the…Read More »
Greatest Hits of the High Holy Days — are back!
Don’t have time to go to shul for the holidays? But you’d like to do a little something… Got a friend who can’t make it to synagogue; has to go to work? Then Greatest Hits is for you! Once again Rabbi Dardik is offering: Greatest Hits of the High Holy Days Join Rabbi Judah Dardik…Read More »