Rabbi's Weekly Commentary

To a Blessed and Sweet New Year

At Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year), we looked back on the past year and ahead to the year to come. I am grateful for and humbled by the generosity and kindness shown by The Fellowship’s friends, and ask that God will bless each of you in the coming days…
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Yael's Corner

A Symbol of Hope and Happiness

While Yael and her family prepared for Rosh Hashanah, for so many families it looked to be a time of stress and sadness. Thankfully, The Fellowship’s compassionate friends provided hope and happiness.

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Ukraine: Escaping Persecution and Poverty

Seventeen-year-old Oksena was born in the small Ukrainian town of Skvira which, prior to World War II, was home to a large Jewish community. Then tragically during the war, most of the Jews in Skvira were executed and the Jews who survived lived in severe poverty and fear of persecution.

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Rescue them from Hunger and Loneliness this Rosh Hashanah

Lyudmila suffers from schizophrenia, which makes her unstable and prevents her from working. She and her sister, Rita, try their best to survive on Lyudmila’s $105 pension, but it simply isn’t enough to meet their needs – let alone provide the items they need to celebrate Rosh Hashanah according to biblical instruction.

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Reminding Survivors They Are Not Abandoned at the High Holy Days

Yefim and Tamara were the only people in their families to survive the Holocaust. After finally making it to Israel in their final years, they now struggle with poverty, which is especially painful at the High Holy Days. But The Fellowship has reminded them they are not abandoned.

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Help at the High Holy Days for a Desperate Single Mom

Melina, a single mom of four children and domestic violence survivor, often goes without basic necessities so her family’s utilities won’t get shut off. When she learned she would receive a Fellowship food card to buy meat and other provisions for Rosh Hashanah, she was overjoyed. Learn how you can offer this kind of hope at the High Holy Days.

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Journey to Zion

Journey to Zion is a unique and exciting educational program hosted by world-renowned author and Fellowship founder Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein about the Jewish roots of Christianity. Each 30-minute video helps Christians grow in their faith as they leam and strengthens Jewish-Christian relations by teaching Christians about Jewish history, traditions and culture.
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Special Thank You During Time of Crisis

Through your support, The Fellowship has been able to deliver food to needy Israelis during time of crisis. Elderly Israelis who are too afraid or weak to leave their homes, receive visits from Fellowship volunteers who risk their lives to not only bring nourishing food but also needed companionship. You are a bright light to so many. Thank you for your continued support.
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Multiply Your Blessings by Becoming a Friend of The Fellowship

Friends of The Fellowship are a special group of donors who pledge to make a gift each month to help impoverished Jews around the world. This steady stream of love and support on behalf of Israel and the Jewish people allows The Fellowship to make bold plans and budget our resources so each gift can make the greatest impact.
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