The Fellowship's Ami Farkas writes that on the holiday of Shavuot, we experience the giving of the Torah in a personal way, welcoming God's eternal message into our hearts.
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Dubbed the "father of Israeli social work," Eliezer Jaffe led numerous government programs for the Jewish state that helped the needy, while also founding Israel's first academic social work program.
The staff of the Fellowship Hotline were busy this Shavuot, preparing baked goods and treats for Israel's needy elderly.
Today is the last day of Shavuot, the Jewish holiday also known as Pentecost. For this holiday, Jews traditionally eat dairy foods, such as cheesecake or cheese blintzes. But there are so many other recipes to try, like The Nosher’s delicious Israeli couscous macaroni and cheese recipe!
The Bridge blog is suspending activity Wednesday, May 31, for Shavuot, the Jewish holiday also known as Pentecost. We’ll be back on Thursday, June 1, with more updates about The Fellowship and the Jewish people.