Our Philosophy Panim Hadashot-New Faces’ seeks to renew the tradition of Shabbat Hospitality. We work to facilitate this practice, especially in the liberal and secular Jewish communities. We recognize that the modern era has caused a sharp decline in this practice for several reasons: demography of Jewish households, decline in ...continue reading "An Introduction to Panim Hadashot-New Faces"
Panim Hadashot-New Faces is a community focused on the practice of Jewish hospitality. The Jewish hospitality traditions go back to Abraham and Sarah in chapter 18 of the Book of Genesis. Abraham greets and feeds guests soon after he had circumcised himself. The Rabbis saw his readiness to welcome guests ...continue reading "What is Jewish Hospitality?"
Dear Readers, I invite your comments about this synopsis, especially those who have experienced our gatherings over the past 6 months. RDG Panim Hadashot-New Faces A Synopsis of Our Emerging Community Version 1.7 New Faces-Panim Hadashot is a new community dedicated to revitalizing the practice of Jewish Hospitality. The Hebrew ...continue reading "A Description of an Emerging Community: Panim Hadashot-New Faces"
Rabbi Dov Gartenberg Sunday, December 4, 2016 The word hospitality in modern parlance is commonly understood as an industry. To study hospitality at a school today is to learn about hotel management and business practices to follow to be successful in this industry. The term has been "capitalized", referring to ...continue reading "The Origins of Jewish Hospitality"