It’s that time of year! June Brides and June Grooms abound. Wedding Season has arrived in full force. Perhaps you are attending a wedding, are part of a wedding party or maybe you are the one getting married! Weddings can bring out the best and the worst in us. So it is important to understand…Read more »
This was my sermon from Friday night June 30, 2017. Many of you have asked for a copy. Here it is. Shabbat Shalom Tonight I had a different sermon. A sermon to celebrate our 25 years of our Congregation and to imagine together the next 25 years. But that will wait for another Shabbat…Read more »
(I haven’t written yet about the fiasco at the NGLTF’s Creating Change ’16 Conference in Chicago last week). I am frankly still processing the outrageous Antisemitism displayed there and the lack of The Task Force’s ability to create safe space. There is much to be said about what happened. But here is a letter sent…Read more »
Recently the Jewish Journal published an article by the ever controversial Dennis Prager who wrote a mean-spirited article about transgender people and in particular Rabbi Becky Silverstein- a transgender rabbi. He serves a Conservative congregation in Pasadena, CA and is an extraordinary role model to adults and children alike for his courage and Torah. I…Read more »
Greg Louganis was and is the World’s greatest Diver. An Olympian that captured gold medals in both 1984 and 1988, Greg was one of the first openly gay athletes. Because of his sexuality he was denied many of the perks that other Olympians received including many endorsements and perhaps one of the most coveted of…Read more »
One of the 100 Women we love from GO Magazine~ GO Magazine – 100 Women We Love.
See mu we my comments on our big win at the Supreme Court Amazing Love does win and Justice too! Jewish community reacts to the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage | Nation | Jewish Journal.
Look who the New York Public Library lists as a pioneer for Celebrating Jewish LGBT Pride! What an honor to be listed with these amazing heroes and heroines. Thank you New York Public Library. Celebrating Jewish LGBT Pride.
This was the sermon I delivered at the Multi-Faith Prayer Service in Washington, DC on Sunday April 26 for for Unite for Marriage. It was delivered at the National City Christian Church. Where there is love there is Justice. We gather here in this sacred place for seeking many things. We seek strength from one…Read more »
Listen to the interview I did about becoming the President of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Rabbi Eger interview on NPR program at WHYY Philadelphia