Sholem Blog Archives

Sholem Sunday School 2016-2017 Open House & First Day Of School Begins This Sunday! ()

“Regular” school began days or in some cases weeks ago. We all ran to our office supply stores with that long school list in hand of necessary supplies. We battled … Continued

Join us in celebrating the Bar/Bas-Mitsves of the Class of 2016 ()

Please join us in celebrating the Bar/Bas Mitsves of Ciaran Hinman Kiara Linver Daniel Furth Saturday, May 28th, 2016 12:30pm RSVP to: BarBasMitsve2016@gmail.com Kiddish lunch immediately following Free to all, … Continued

Jewish books for non-religious families ()

Selecting children’s books can often be challenging, regardless of the subject matter. Finding books with Jewish themes that are consistent with the values of non-religious, progressive, and multi-cultural families might … Continued

Remembering David Finkel ()

David Finkel, a longtime member of the Sholem Community, died July 4, 2015. He will be remembered for his compassion and as a “warrior for justice.” Family members are planning … Continued

Mazltov to Sholem’s 2015 bar/basmitsve class! ()

From the left: Milo Marks-Froot. Topic: “Powering Up in the Real World: The Social and Educational Benefits of Video Games.” Mavi Kolesnikow. Topic: “Jews and Other Discriminated Groups” Hannah Pezeshki: … Continued

Minimum Wage? How About a Maximum Wage? By Jack Rothman ()

I see that unions, led by the Service Employees International Union, are out in full force championing the $15 an hour minimum wage. Business leaders scoff at this. But about … Continued

Welcome to the Sholem Community’s new website! ()

Welcome to our redesigned website. Please take the time to learn about Sholem. Send questions/comments to: webmaster@www.sholem.org.

Un Credo para un Bar/Bas Mitsve Secular ()

Sholem’s “Credo for a Secular bar/basmitsve,“ written by Hershl Hartman, has been translated into Spanish by Claudia Vizcarra. Yo soy yo. Soy ser humano. Nada de lo que toca a … Continued