Aliyah – 10 Years Later

Thursday, August 10

When I turned 10 years old, I remember thinking how cool it was to have a double-digit age. That first year of double-digits made the age of 10 feel special for that reason alone. A decade, …
d'Var Torah

Facing challenges with good faith

Parsha: Ekev Sometimes, when faced with enormous challenges, we raise our hands to the sky and proclaim: “It’s impossible!” Sometimes, when faced with seemingly unbeatable odds, …

A fountain of light for all nations

Torah’s words challenge us from generation to generation

Get lost – it may be just what you need

Editor's column

I went to camp – for a day

What have you been doing this summer? Many people have been traveling. I know that from the photos we’ve received showing smiling readers holding copies of The Jewish Voice. We love those …

A snapshot of our readers from the 2017 survey

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Opinions

Now is the time to work together

No doubt many members of Newport’s Congregation Jeshuat Israel were not merely disappointed but shocked on Aug. 2, when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, in Boston, reversed the …

Letters to the editor

In appreciation

Friday, June 23

In his May 19 “Shabbat Shalom” newsletter, Alliance President and CEO  Jeffrey Savit proclaimed May 22 to be “Rhode Island Jewish Community Employee Appreciation …

From the archives

Staying alive: Scrappy synagogues

Editor’s Note: This article is the first of a multi-part exploration of the fascinating story of mergers, moves, and changes the many Rhode Island synagogues undergo. The RIJHA archives contain …

The Jacobi Medical Club

From ancient times to today, hospitality means we will take care of you

Legacy for a firehouse