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PROVIDENCE – A new Israel Culture Club is underway. Host Congregation Beth Sholom, an Orthodox synagogue on the East Side of Providence, welcomes members and non-members to the new club, which will meet monthly, according to a release from the … more
PROVIDENCE – Lifespan Community Health Services/Lifespan Community Training Center is making Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) and education available through a community-based program, according to a Lifespan press release. more
Temple Am David, the Conservative synagogue in Warwick, installed its board on Tuesday, Aug. 6. Pictured are, from left, front row, Arnie Moses, president; Mona Scheraga, Alice Goldstein, adult education chairperson; Dr. Sidney Goldstein, Ellen … more
PROVIDENCE – While many parents of college-bound teens worry about drug and alcohol abuse on campus or skyrocketing tuitions, Jewish parents may also worry about the kind of Jewish life their child may encounter in college, and whether he or she … more
PROVIDENCE – Enrolling your child in a Jewish preschool is one of the most important steps you can take to begin your child’s Jewish education and expand your involvement in the Jewish community. The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island’s … more
Q: Can you describe your background in teaching? A: As a rabbi at Temple Emanu-El, I used the sermon as an opportunity to challenge the congregation with open-ended questions about the Torah portion or intriguing and sometimes puzzling … more
Q: How do you stay motivated after more than two decades of teaching? What do you do to get prepared to teach at the beginning of each school year? A: In a very real sense, teachers are always preparing for the next school year! We tinker … more
Q: What age group do you teach and what do you teach? A: I work with young toddlers – children between the ages of 18-months- and 2½-years-old. I teach the toddlers simple concepts through exploration and play. more
Q: What motivated you to teach Hebrew and religious school? A: I decided to teach religious school and Hebrew school because I was bringing my own children to temple and figured I would use my time constructively.  I really enjoyed working with … more
Q: What subjects do you teach? And where? A: I’ve primarily taught middle school programs – kashrut, holy books, Jewish films, cooking, Megillot(Jonah, Esther and Ruth), holidays, ethics and community service projects in several … more
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