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Lamentation from Both Sides of the Fence Signs of hope for peace, for coexistence, are abundant in this city. What do we say to God in these moments of anguish?...
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Why Do We Read the Book of Ruth on Shavuot? No story in the Bible better demonstrates than the Book of Ruth the extraordinary power of love that goes beyond the expected obligation....
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A Divine Blessing of Food and Security With more than 40 million Americans struggling to put food on the table, gifts of food affirm the dignity and humanity of the most vulnerable among us.  ...
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The Universal Lessons of the Royal Wedding My take away from the royal wedding: Despite the differences religions sometimes emphasize, a better future lies among the values, hopes, and aspirations we humans share....
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Somebody’s Hurting Our People We cannot pretend that these enormous gains for the few are not creating massive suffering and dangerous resentment among the many. ...
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Is Israel Too Crowded?: Reflections from the Galilee Israel cannot support the kind of population growth it has experienced over the past 70 years. What can we expect as this growth rate continues? ...
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5 Jewish Facts About the New Han Solo 'Star Wars' Movie Learn all the Jewish tidbits associated with the newest "Star Wars" movie, "Solo: A Wars Story."...
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Raising Resilient Teenagers: Resources That Can Help During Mental Health Awareness Month, let’s remember that caring for each other is an integral Jewish value and no one should feel alone, especially when facing strife....
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Philip Roth: An Appreciation of the Wicked Child Now that Roth is dead, the American Jewish community, by virtue of the adjective “American,” can do what it always does: remake him in our image. Which is rather a shame....
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7 Jewish Essays to Help Us Remember Fallen Soldiers Memorial Day isn’t a Jewish holiday but remembering and honoring fallen soldiers is certainly a Jewish value. Let us remember those who gave their lives in battle....
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This Week at BHT

25 May 2018
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Kabbalat Shabbat | Memorial Day | Lay Leader
01 Jun 2018
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Family Kabbalat Shabbat | 1/2 hr B-Day Blessings | Welcome our Student Rabbi
02 Jun 2018
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Torah Study
02 Jun 2018
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Learner's Minyan | Lay Leader
03 Jun 2018
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Annual Meeting
08 Jun 2018
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Shabbat | Lay Leader