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Rabbi Elizabeth Bolton

Rabbi Elizabeth Bolton

Contributions

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Light and Dark: A Hanukkah Song Words and sheet music for three-part vocal harmony for a Hanukkah song about differences between dark and light, good and evil. Music and Lyrics by Margot L. Stein. Arrangement by Elizabeth Bolton.
Filling in the Missing Pieces of Sarah's Life Should we be surprised that a parsha entitled "Hayey Sarah," or, the life of Sarah, in fact opens with the death of Sarah, and encompasses nothing of her life story?Torah is full ...
Joseph, the Favorite Son Joseph, the dreamer and interpreter of dreams, is the son of a dreamer. It is no surprise that he is Jacob's favorite son. Young Jacob dreamed of a stairway reaching to heaven, traveled by ...
From Slavery to Freedom - For All What is slavery? Chains, bondage, enforced restrictions on living conditions, religious freedoms, economic potential, educational opportunities, access to communications . The more one examines the conditions and restrictions of slavery, the more one realizes that the ...
Creating Sacred Space Our congregation, Beit Tikvah, rents space from a wonderful community. The sanctuary of First Christian Church/Disciples of Christ offers a peaceful haven to both of our religious communities and to other groups as well. ...
Why Did Korah Rebel? The tale of Korah's rebellion at the beginning of this eponymous parsha is so compelling, that we are usually distracted from either delving farther in to its subsequent passages, or, more significantly, from questioning ...
Tisha B'Av Jerusalem, 9 Av 5751: Although I cannot see the Kotel, I can sense its proximity, just beyond and below me. I am on the roof of a building in the Old City, seated there with a group ...
Consequences When it comes to parenting, I confess to being a slow learner. I should know by know that my almost-seven year old does not respond well, in general, to declarations of causality. Despite this general ...

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