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 »
Mazal Tov to a true Jewish Hero! Rabbi David Saperstein has become the first non-Christian to be an ambassador for Religious Freedom! Read more by clicking the link below! David Saperstein Wins Confirmation to Religious Freedom Post by 61-35 Senate Vote.
Read my latest blog post on Reform Judaism’s blog. http://www.reformjudaism.org/blog/2013/03/24/marriage-equality-and-passover-degradation-praise Happy Passover and Chag Sameach
Hurricane Sandy made herself known. But it will take a lot more than dimes to help put the east coast back together again. After several days people are still without power and food and gasoline. Even as the power companies race to put the electric power back on line. It is cold at night. Shelters…Read more »
My friend and colleague Anat Hoffman director of the Israel Religious Action Center and one of the founder of Women of the Wall (www.womenofthewall.org.il) was arrested last night at a Rosh Chodesh celebration with the Hadassah Women from around the world. The women of Hadassah are in Israel celebrating their 100 year anniversary of this…Read more »
Court Ruling Strikes Down Proposition 8 in Narrow Decision; Important Step Forward Rabbis Rick Jacobs and Jonathan Stein: While the decision is narrow, it is nonetheless an important step forward in the achievement of marriage equality. Contact: Sean Thibault or Noah Baron202.387.2800 | firstname.lastname@example.org Washington, D.C. February 7th, 2012 – In response to the Ninth…Read more »
Are you curious about Judaism? Ever want to know about Judaism? Gone to a lot of Bar Mitzvahs and been intrigued with the rituals? Shared a Passover seder at a friend’s house and thought this was for you? If your not Jewish yourself but thought you’d like to know more-then I will be teaching the…Read more »