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Covenant & Conversation – Family Edition (5779)


Ha’azinu: Let My Teaching Drop As Rain

Vayelech: The Torah as God’s Song

Nitzavim: Not Beyond the Sea 

Ki Tavo: A Nation of Storytellers

Ki Teitse: Animal Welfare

Shoftim: The Ecological Imperative

Re’eh: Collective Joy

Eikev: The Politics of Memory

Va’etchanan: Why is the Jewish People So Small?

Devarim: The Teacher as Hero

Masei: The Religious Significance of Israel

Matot-Masei: Priorities

Pinchas: The Crown All Can Wear

Balak: Not Reckoned Among the Nations

Chukat: Losing Miriam

Korach: Argument for the Sake of Heaven

Shelach Lecha: Fear of Freedom

Beha’alotecha: Camp and Congregation

Naso: Leading a Nation of Individuals

Bamidbar: Leading a Nation of Individuals

Bechukotai: The Birth of Hope

Behar: Evolution or Revolution?

Emor: Three Versions of Shabbat

Kedoshim: From Priest to People

Acharei Mot: Thinking Fast and Slow

Metzora: The Power of Speech

Tazria: The Sacrifices of Childbirth

Shemini: Between Hope and Humanity

Tzav: Destructive and Self-Destructive

Vayikra: The Pursuit of Meaning

Pekudei: On Jewish Character

Vayakhel: The Beauty of Holiness or the Holiness of Beauty

Ki Tissa: A Stiff-Necked People

Tetzaveh: Brothers: A Drama in Five Acts

Terumah: A Portable Home

Mishpatim: Loving the Stranger

Yitro: Mount Sinai and the Birth of Freedom

Beshalach: The Divided Sea: Natural or Supernatural

Bo: Against Their Gods

Va’era: The God Who Acts in History

Shemot: The Light at the Heart of Darkness

Vayechi: The Future of the Past

Vayigash: Does My Father Love Me?

Mikketz: The Universal and the Particular

Vayeshev: Refusing Comfort, Keeping Hope

Vayishlach: Physical Fear, Moral Distress

Vayetse: When the “I” is Silent

Toldot: The Courage of Persistence

Chayei Sarah: On Judaism and Islam

Vayera: God and Strangers

Lech Lecha: Four Dimensions of the Journey

Noach: A Drama in Four Acts

Bereishit: The Three Stages of Creation