Author: Jill Levy
Todah Rabbah for Helping Us Reach New Heights in Kayitz 2022!
Seven is an important number in Jewish tradition. It is the number of days […]
Ahavat HaAdamah/Love of the Earth
Being a rabbi is a second career for me. I received a master’s degree […]
D’var Torah: Loving Leviticus is as Easy as 1, 2, 3….
When I worked at the JCC in Houston, our adult education program had a […]
March Madness Ramah Day Camp Double Referral Bonus Month!
Spread the word about working at Ramah Day Camp Greater DC! March is DOUBLE […]
Repro Shabbat, a Shabbat Dedicated to Study about Jewish Tradition & Abortion
Rabbis from around the country have signed on to teach for the National Council […]
D’var Torah: Parshat Toldot – Wrestling with Our Past for a More Connected Future
“The Torah is like a fig tree that has multiple crops. Each time one […]
D’var Torah: Matot- Masei Navigating the Journey of Uncomfortable Texts
Camp directors are often confronted with difficult decisions in the summer. One of these […]
D’var Torah: Chukat-Balak Turning Curse into Blessing
When school let out in March for COVID-19, it did not occur to me […]
D’var Torah: Parshat Beha’alotcha – What are we carrying with us?
One of the great perks of being a camp director is sending your kids […]
D’var Torah: Parshat Acharei Mot – A Pathway to Change
Out of the many challenges that COVID has brought, one benefit is that many […]