A year after the Borderline shooting and the SoCal fires, we reflect on the first person experiences, and explore Torah's insistence that we take action in the face of danger, including mass shootings and changes in climate.
How does a Rabbi deal with the trauma of a fire and some shootings? Here's another peek into the journey.
In the aftermath of the shooting in Thousand Oaks, Congregation Or Ami sent these resources - for solace, support, action and talking to kids - to all our congregants.
Spoken Word Poem: Our congregant kid was in that Country Western Dance Bar. He's Okay. I'm not. I've had enough.
Two by Two, we can save the children from the bullets like Noah’s Ark saved the animals, before we fall back to sleep.