What Volunteering at Gateways Can Do
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I have twin 14-year-old sons, Sam and Jack. Jack’s development is typical; Sam’s development began to shift when he was 18 months old.
During this Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance and Inclusion month, can we look at ourselves and our lives to consider how we can integrate awareness, incorporate inclusion and demonstrate acceptance?
Nobody comes to synagogue with the goal of annoying the people around them. If somebody is disrupting your experience, assume they don’t have the tools they need to express themselves.
“Amen”. Temana chanted beautifully, after reciting with confidence the blessings after the Torah.
My son, Holden, has been learning at Gateways since we moved to Boston six years ago. In preparation for his bar mitzvah, they sent home a pictorial version of his parsha (Tzav).
When I received my first copy of the Gateways Haggadah I realized that this was a special gift that I needed to share — immediately — with my Rabbi and Cantor.