Listen to four Peninsula Rabbis talk about the meaning of repentance. That was the topic of our annual Rabbis’ Roundtable on September 2, 2015. Participating Peninsula rabbis included Rabbi Nat Ezray of Congregation Beth Jacob, Rabbi Corey Helfand of Peninsula Sinai Congregation, Rabbi Dennis Eisner of Peninsula Temple Beth El, Rabbi Daniel Feder of Peninsula Temple Sholom, and, moderating, was Rabbi Lavey Derby of the Peninsula Jewish Community Center.
by Rhonda Press Guest Author, Rhonda Press, is an Adult Program Coordinator at the PJCC and an avid Hiker.
I happen to love hiking. Being out in nature restores my soul. Living in San Mateo County, we are lucky to have many miles of hiking trails. There are hikes that are more like city hikes and others that will take you deep into the redwood forests. I’ll share 3 of my favorite hikes plus one that is brand new.
Edgewood County Park and Natural Preserve is located in Redwood City and is right off Edgewood Road between Alameda and Highway 280. There is a formal park entrance with a parking lot but you can also park just immediately west of the 280 overpass at Edgewood