Saturday, June 6, 2020 -
Print Edition

Who would you invite to your Shabbat table?

the Israelites assembled at Mt. Sinai to receive the Torah, they were warned not to touch the mountain on penalty of death. Today we adhere to a similar ban to stem contagion. Take Shabbat. Three months ago, guests may have sat around the festive dining room table. Now it’s restricted to immediate family. Friends still […]
This article is premium content. Subscribe now or log in if you’re a subscriber. One day access also available for $1.80.


Andrea Jacobs

IJN Senior Writer | andrea@ijn.com


Leave a Reply

WE’RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER

Dear valued reader,

We are deeply appreciative of the support shown by you during these difficult times — through new subscriptions, continued advertisement or your positive notes and comments.

The Intermountain Jewish News has been working hard to cover the impact of COVID-19 in a relevant and meaningful way.

Like other small businesses and media companies, the IJN is being impacted in an unprecedented way by effects of the coronavirus.

Please subscribe today or purchase a gift subscription — an online gift is social distancing.

As a thank you for your new subscription, we will send you (or your gift recipient) a copy of The Unexpected Road, Rabbi Hillel Goldberg’s collection of stories of inspirational lives encountered as a journalist, scholar and student. Simply enter the coupon code BOOK at the top of the page when you check out.

If you’re already a subscriber, you can also donate to the IJN to support our mission of providing quality and comprehensive journalism to the Colorado Jewish community.