Qabbalat Shabbat: Friday, 6:00 p.m. Torah Study: Saturday, 9:00-11:00 a.m. Weekday Minyan: 6:15 p.m.

When We Can’t See the Future, Creating Light in the Darkness

  • Posted by Jen Gubitz
  • On September 30, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Gubitz, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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All in the Same Boat

  • Posted by Dan Slipakoff
  • On September 30, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Slipakoff, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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Unfolding Our Theology in a Force Majeure World

  • Posted by Jen Gubitz
  • On September 29, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Gubitz, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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Dreaming at the Gates

  • Posted by Dan Slipakoff
  • On September 29, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Slipakoff, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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The Roots of Humanity

  • Posted by Elaine Zecher
  • On September 29, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Zecher, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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A Giant Future

  • Posted by Elaine Zecher
  • On September 29, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Zecher, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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Grace in the Time of Covid

  • Posted by Suzie Jacobson
  • On September 29, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Jacobson, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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Please Read This!

  • Posted by Elaine Zecher
  • On September 25, 2020
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Welcome to Shabbat Awakenings, our weekly reflection as we make our way toward Shabbat and this week, Yom Kippur. You can listen to it as a podcast HERE. It is never easy to hear someone say, “Your words have hurt me.”  “The way you acted belittled me.” “Your comment insulted me.” We want to give the […]
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Rosh Hashanah Starts NOW

  • Posted by Elaine Zecher
  • On September 18, 2020
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Welcome to Shabbat Awakenings, our weekly reflection as we make our way toward Shabbat and this week, Rosh Hashanah! You can listen to it as a podcast HERE. Actually, preparation starts now! Rosh Hashanah begins tonight.  The time remains the same every year:  the first of Tishrei.  The place this year is different, however.  Though the […]
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Serendipity: Israel and the UAE

  • Posted by Elaine Zecher
  • On September 11, 2020
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Welcome to Shabbat Awakenings, our weekly reflection as we make our way towards Shabbat. You can listen to it as a podcast HERE. I share with you the sermon I offered last Friday night at Qabbalat Shabbat because I want as many of us as possible to consider the important impact the recent agreement to normalize […]
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