D’varTorah Rabbi Ben Freed During the Passover seder, we use one of the rarer names of God: “םוקמה” Ha’makom. This name of God literally means “the place,” and its two best-known uses are in seder and at Shiva minyans when … Read More
Join us at The Temple for our Passover Yizkor service. More details to come. For any questions call The Temple at 502-423-1818.
Join us at The Temple for our WRJ Women’s Pesach Seder. More details to come. For any questions call The Temple at 502-423-1818.
Join us at The Temple for our Seder for the first night of Passover. More details to come. For any questions call The Temple at 502-423-1818.
D’var Torah Rabbi David Feder The seasons have turned. The cold and ice of winter have given way to warmth and showers of spring, and with it our festival of spring, Chag HaAviv, Pesach. Last Pesach was the first major … Read More
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Co-Sponsored by Congregation Adath Jeshurun, Jewish Community of Louisville, Keneseth Israel Congregation, Temple Shalom, The Temple, and Jewish Family & Career Services. The JKids Radio Musical Passover Seder has an unbelievable line up of the very top artists in Jewish …
A Jewish Louisville theatrical director, and his colleagues from around the country, are making Jewish-themed dramatic readings available to the public during the coronavirus pandemic. David Chack, of the ShPIeL Performing Identity, is also a member of Executive Board of … Read More
D’var Torah Rabbi Stanley R. Miles I write this D’var Torah during Chol Ha’moed Pesach, the intermediate days of Passover. The Four Questions have already been asked, but perhaps we need an additional question this year. Mah nishtana HA SHANA … Read More
Come join us at The Temple for our Women’s Seder. More information to come. Check for updates at thetemplelouky.org.