There are times when each of us feels stuck, times when we feel down, or alone, or emotionally spent, and struggle to find the blessings. Our morning gratitude is there to help us through those stretches and the good ones too, and to help us all start the day with faith, hope, gratitude and an awareness of our blessings. Join Rabbi Saroken and Rabbi Shalva to refocus the mind, heart and soul and start the day off with love.
Please join us for a follow up conversation with David Makovsky, Ziegler Distinguished Fellow at The Washington Institute and Director of the Koret Project on […]
*The $10 will go towards your final bill. Calling all Foodies! Want to connect with other foodies over different kinds of cuisine? Join us at […]
Looking to get involved with a sports league and meet new friends? Join YAD as we bring out our competitive sides while playing Kickball together! […]