Shavua tov — a good new week to you.
Please join us on Friday at 5:30pm for Sing Your Way Into Shabbat with Rabbi Pam, and Saturday at 9:30am for Shabbat morning services led by Rabbi Rachel. This week we’re reading from parashat Ki Tavo.
Please join us also on Sunday at 2pm for our annual cemetery service in the CBI cemetery in Clarksburg.
If you’d like to read some commentaries on this week’s Torah portion, here are a few:
- 2006: Harvest blessings
- 2008: Blessed [Torah poem]
- 2009: Inscription [Torah poem]
- 2013: Practices from Ki Tavo for entering a new phase of life
- 2015: When we reach the place of promise
- 2017: The Stranger in Our Midst: Ki Tavo and Dreamers
And here are commentaries from the URJ:
We’ve entered into the month of Elul, the month that leads us to the Days of Awe. It’s traditional to pray the words of Psalm 27 during this month. (There are links to several different versions in this post.) At Shabbat services this month and during the Days of Awe we’ll be singing a new setting of verse 13 of that psalm, which you can listen to here:
Blessings to all —