Bit of Torah is a weekly Shabbat message from a Greater MetroWest Jewish community leader. We share a video with the community each week on our Jewish Life webpage and on social media. Enjoy viewing all of them here!
If you have questions or would like to participate in this Bit of Torah program contact Sarah Segal, Director of Synagogue Initiatives, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (973) 929-2952.
In this week’s Bit of Torah, Cantor Rebecca Zwiebel of B’nai Shalom of Sussex County...
In this week’s Bit of Torah, Rabbi Matthew Gewirtz of Congregation B'nai Jeshurun in Short Hills...
In this week’s Bit of Torah, Rabbi Allie Klein of Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel in South Orange...
In this week’s Bit of Torah, Robert Lichtman, Federation’s Chief Learning Officer, describes how..
In this week’s Bit of Torah, Rabbi Mark Cooper of Congregation Oheb Shalom in South Orange teaches..
In this week’s Bit of Torah, Rabbi Robert Green of Congregation B’nai Israel in Basking Ridge...
In this week’s Bit of Torah, Cantor Lucy B. Fishbein of Congregation B’nai Jeshurun in Short Hills
In this week’s Bit of Torah, Rabbi Ari Lucas of Congregation Agudath Israel in Caldwell...
In this week’s Bit of Torah, Rabbi Mendel Dubov of Chabad of Sussex County points out how...
In this week’s Bit of Torah, Cantor Galit Dadoun Cohen of Temple B’nai Or in Morristown...
In this week’s Bit of Torah, Rabbi Scott Kalmikoff, assistant rabbi at Mount Freedom Jewish Center.
In this week’s Bit of Torah, Rabbi Inna Serebro-Litvak of Temple Shalom in Succasunna relates the...
The Torah which so famously begins “In the Beginning,” ends before the ending.
Rabbi Marc Katz of Temple Ner Tamid in Bloomfield traces the history of Parshat Eikev.
Federation’s Chief Jewish Learning Officer Robert Lichtman wonders what “Jewish Life” is.
Rabbi Moshe Rudin teaches that each place encountered on journey contains an element of the divine.
This week's Bit of Torah, Rabbi Renee Edelman reminds importance of justice through due process.
Robert Lichtman, Chief Jewish Learning Officer, challenges us to consider the value of blessings.
In this week’s Bit of Torah, Rabbi Avi Friedman asks how do WE treat those who seek refuge among us?
In this week’s Bit of Torah, Rabbi Dan Cohen explains two leadership styles described in this story.
Rabbi Steven Kushner suggests this tragedy may be because Israelites were still, in a sense, slaves.
Rabbi Eliezer Zwickler teaches us how we can succeed by simply being humble and following directions
Rabbi Elie Mischel discusses what we must do to merit this special relationship with God.
Yoni Glatt teaches us about the humble nature of the upcoming holiday of Shavuot.
Rabbi Daniel Geretz teaches us importance of sacred act of supporting one another in difficult times
Robert Lichtman teaches not only about Lag BaOmer, but also meaning of 33 days that lead up to it.
Rabbi Laurence Groffman teaches us lives are meant to be led through relationships with one another.
Amit Stern reminds us that Yom Ha’atzmaut is the last of several important Jewish holidays.
Justin Sakofs, Federation's Director of Empowerment for Families with School Age Children
Rabbi Cecilia Beyer, Temple Beth Ahm Yisrael, tells tale of two different reactions to leaving Egypt
Rabbi Shalom Lubin explains how Passover lamb provides us with wonderful lesson on Jewish pride
Rabbi Randi Musnitsky teaches that it’s up to us to ignite our light of compassion, care, and energy
Rabbi David Greenstein explains how Vayikra’s words speak from the Torah’s heart, its center.
Robert Lichtman summarizes Exodus in two words that guided the Jews on their journey...
Rabbi Mark Mallach teaches us that money can either destroy us or make our world a better place.
Dov Ben-Shimon, CEO of JFEDGMW, teaches us the important role each of us play in our community.
Rabbi Faith Joy Dantowitz focuses giving gifts from heart, creating holy space for God in our lives.
Rabbi Elliott Tepperman explores boundaries of this obligation in a globalized world...
In this week’s Bit of Torah, Rabbi Joel Abraham, discusses what Yitro teaches us about leadership...
This week's Bit of Torah features Rabbi Menashe East, Mt. Freedom Jewish Center, Randolph.
Rabbi Howard Tilman explains that our beginning might not actually be The Beginning.
Rabbi Clifford Kulwin of Temple B’nai Abraham in Livingston - Message about Parshat Va’era
This Shabbat Shemot features Rabbi Chaim Marcus of Congregation Israel of Springfield.