SIHA Newsletter for 5/13/2022

SIHA Newsletter for 5/13/2022

Dvar Torah How to achieve holiness In last week’s Sedrah, Kidoshim, the Torah enjoins us to be holy because G-d is holy. Again, in this week’s Sedra of Emor, the Torah discusses the need for holiness by the Kohanim. Although we all wish to attain holiness, the Torah...
SIHA Newsletter for 5/6/2022

SIHA Newsletter for 5/6/2022

Dvar Torah The beginning of Parshas Kidoshim contains a pasuk which presents a very interesting juxtaposition of mitzvot: “Every man shall revere his mother and his father and you shall observe My Sabbaths I am Hashem your G_d” [Vayikra 19:3]. Rashi wonders about the...
SIHA Newsletter for 4/29/2022

SIHA Newsletter for 4/29/2022

Dvar Torah Parshat Acharay Mot In a normal, twelve month year, the Parshiot of Acharay Mot and Kidoshim are read together. This year, because of the added month of Adar Shainy, these Parshiot are read separately, this week Acharay mot and the next week Kidoshim. There...

Holocaust Remembrance Day at SIHA

Today was a special day. Yom HaShoah is a day marked by observance and remembrance around the world. At SIHA, our upper elementary and middle school students participated in a special lesson about the Holocaust and its impact on the world. The lesson started with Dr....
SIHA Newsletter – Pesach 2022 Edition

SIHA Newsletter – Pesach 2022 Edition

A Pesach Message By Rabbi Dr. Richard Ehrlich With Pesach just around the corner our thoughts naturally turn to the Seder and the Haggadah. We begin the Seder by breaking the matzah, and then we make a statement, and we extend an invitation, “this is the bread of...
SIHA Newsletter 4/8/2022

SIHA Newsletter 4/8/2022

Dvar Torah Parsha Metzorah Candle lighting: 7:10 Havdalah: 8:11 A good erev Shabbat SIHA Families! Please allow me to share with you a Dvar Torah that inspired me this week and coincidentally ties to our weekly Parsha by Rabbi Dr. Mordechai Schiffman; Embedded in the...