After our children acted out the crossing of the red sea, we delved in to that story, and its sister stories, together. And we sang. Here’s today’s message, which is always better in person – you’re welcome any Sunday. We’d love to see you here.

For more on Nashon (also spelled Nachshon), you might consult:

Mendy Kaminker, “Nachshon ben Aminadav: The Man Who Jumped Into the Sea,” https://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/2199147/jewish/Nachshon-ben-Aminadav-The-Man-Who-Jumped-Into-the-Sea.htm.

Zoe Klein, “Nahshon, Music, and Shmutz,” ReformJudaism, https://reformjudaism.org/learning/torah-study/naso/nahshon-music-and-shmutz.

Rabbi Mordecai Silverstein, “Passover: Who Really Split the Sea?” USCJ Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem.  http://learn.conservativeyeshiva.org/who-really-split-the-sea/.