Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Pastor Zachary Elliott

Why we still need church

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Zachary Elliott Special to Valley News The famous Shakespearian line “to be or not to be” is loosely said by millions of people every single week....
Rabbi Marc Rubenstein

The Meaning of the Sabbath

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Rabbi Marc Rubenstein Special to Valley News Yankel, a traditional Jew, kisses his family in the shtetl goodbye as he sets out to make his fortune...
Hefsiba "Jen" Cohen

Grab your dancing shoes for Simchat Torah

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Hefsiba “Jen” Cohen Special to Valley News One of my fondest memories is the time I twirled the evening away with my favorite dance partner. We...

How to find the right volunteering opportunity

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TEMECULA – Volunteering is a great way to strengthen communities and support good causes. Adults looking to volunteer for the first time may be...
Lady contemplating her faith

Try these 4 common sense steps for good relationships

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Zachary Elliot Special to Valley News Have you ever noticed how mean people are to shopping carts? If you haven’t, let me explain. There are several...
Hefsiba "Jen" Cohen

Why is Yom Kippur still so special?

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Hefsiba “Jen” Cohen Special to Valley News Yom Kippur, also known as “The Day of Atonement,” is the holiest day in Judaism. Traditionally a solemn day...
Pastor Zachary Elliott

God wants to do 6 new things in your life

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Zachary Elliott, Special to Valley News My father has worked hard as a landscaper for over 40 years. As you can imagine, it has taken a...
Roger Cohen

Shana Tova

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Roger Cohen, Special to Valley News Jews worldwide will be wishing each other, “Shana Tova,” a happy and healthy New Year with the stress on remaining...
Pastor Zachary Elliott

How to love your spouse

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Zachary Elliott, Special to Valley News According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Herbert and Zelmyra Fisher hold the record for the longest marriage in...
Rabbi Marc Rubenstein

Ten things to pray for Rosh Hashanah

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Rabbi Marc Rubenstein, Special to Valley News We have been doing a lot of praying together for Rosh Hashanah, and we will be doing even more...