I hope you’ve had a great week, and a wonderful Rosh Hashanah. For me, as I’m sure it is for many of you, this week between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur is a time of deep reflection. I think a lot about the way I’ve acted in the past year, and how I would like to act in the year ahead. As we prepare for the Day of Atonement it’s healthy to think about where we’ve erred, and how we want to improve.

Click here to the read the transcribed version of the Shabbat message.

Just as we all look to continuously improve, so too will the Alliance. I promise you that we will do our best for this community each and every day. And if we fall short, I’d ask that you let us know so that we can improve. And I’d ask that you stick with us. We cannot do this work without your support, and without your dedication to our community. It is your support that sustains the Alliance, and that allows us to build this community for us all.

For those who are fasting on Monday, I wish you an easy fast, and I wish everyone a meaningful Yom Kippur.

Until next time, I wish you a safe, peaceful, and joyous Shabbat.

Shabbat Shalom,
Adam Greenman
President & CEO

PS: I'm excited to share that registration for this year's Evening of Jewish Renaissance: Food for Thought, is now open. Click here to learn more about this year's classes and presenters taking place on Saturday, November 4. Evening of Jewish Renaissance is presented by The Dr. James Yashar & Judge Marjorie Yashar Fund at the Jewish Federation Foundation.