Weekly Torah Commentary

Two Jews, Three Opinions, One Heart

Sometimes, what isn't said is more provoking than what is said. This week, Rabbi Jacobs brings a cur...

And You Shall Love...

What can the akeidah (binding of Isaac) teach us about loving God and loving one another? In this we...

Dancing With Our Tradition

This week, Rabbi Rick Jacobs recounts his experience studying dance while in Rabbinical School, how ...

Fruit of the Vine

In Judaism, it's common to perform ritual and celebrate festivals with a glass of wine, but how do w...

Creation and Co-Existence, with Special Guest David Broza

What’s your creative process? How do you begin? This week, Rabbi Rick Jacobs discusses Parashat B'...

Within These Three Walls

This week is Chol HaMo-eid Sukkot, the six days between the festival of Sukkot and Simchat Torah. Jo...

Do What We Can

This week with Yom Kippur we are continuing the theme of forgiveness. Rabbi Rick Jacobs revisits the...

Moving On And Letting Go

It’s that time of year, between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, where we are celebrating the New Yea...

A Little Drop of Sweetness

This week we read Parashat Nitzavim, and we ring in the year 5780. Join us as Rabbi Rick Jacobs shar...

The Commitment of Covenant

In this week’s Parashah, Ki Tavo, we are told to follow the commandments and uphold our covenants,...