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Nurture The Wow: Parenting As A Spiritual Practice With Danya Ruttenberg

2017-08-27T21:07:56+00:00 April 20th, 2017|Religion|

Beth El Temple Women’s Network, in partnership with the Mandell JCC Jewish Book Festival, Early Childhood Center and Family Room, Solomon Schechter Day School, Mikveh Bess Israel, Pearl Society of the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford, Hadassah Greater Hartford and Emanuel Synagogue Sisterhood, Presents: Nurture The Wow: Parenting as a Spiritual Practice with Danya Ruttenberg The work of parenting--and living in connection with [...]

Beginning or Reconsidering a Faith and Family Journey

2017-08-27T21:07:34+00:00 December 22nd, 2016|Religion|

    May I talk to you about trees? Autumn is the season of the trees, especially in New England. Usually on my morning commute, those wooden giants that have endured for decades through changing weather and city development get hardly a glance. Then the autumn season arrives and so do the colors - yellow, [...]

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story…of Faith and Family?

2018-04-29T12:47:44+00:00 December 21st, 2016|Compassion, Religion|

“Daaad, not another lame speech about hidden meanings. It’s just a cool movie.”   I’m a parent that works hard to avoid that response in the form of an eye roll. I also want to use current interests to connect faith to real life with my kids.   The idea is to have something fun [...]

Interfaith Families and the Holidays

2017-12-07T05:40:02+00:00 December 20th, 2016|Religion|

by Tobey Aubert “And this doesn't strike you as kinda' dumb?” “We're family, we're gonna be doing lots of dumb stuff together. Wait 'til Christmas.” Thus replies that greatest of sages, Tommy Callahan, from the classic 90’s comedy, Tommy Boy. [1]  Whatever our faith tradition, when the holiday season arrives there are moments we may [...]