Elections and Human Dignity

Elections and Human Dignity

By Rabbi Debbie Reichmann It’s election season. Banners and flags and signs dotting the landscape. Ads on the television (and social media) lauding the qualities of the candidates. American Democracy in action. It’s election season. Property is defaced, neighbors draw...
Q & A with IFFP’s Clergy

Q & A with IFFP’s Clergy

This month we are doing a special Q&A interview with our (mostly) new Rabbi, Debbie Reichmann, and our (really) new Reverend, Samantha Gonzalez-Block. They’ll answer five of your most important questions, like what brought them to IFFP, how they work with...
The Torah’s Many Voices

The Torah’s Many Voices

By Rabbi Debbie Reichmann When I was in middle school (maybe high school, I really don’t remember), I learned in either Tanach class or Rabbinics (yes, I went to Jewish Day School) the following verse from Exodus: “If a person shall dig open a pit, or dig a pit and...