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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 06/15/2018

I know that I am not the first person to say this but at times I feel that if I ever come back in another life, I wish I could be my children.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 06/01/2018

As we begin the month of June, the final month in our programming year, I am filled with a sense of gratitude for all we accomplished this year as a congregation.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 05/25/2018

It is said that when we do the mitzvah of Bikur Cholim, visiting someone who is ill, we take away 1/60th of their illness.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 05/18/2018

I had a very powerful experience yesterday that took me a bit off guard. I attended the Commencement ceremonies at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 05/11/2018

In my 13 years in Princeton, working alongside clergy members from other religious traditions, I have learned many lessons. There is one in particular that I want to share with you today.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 04/27/2018

We Jews have a thing about counting. There are times when we need to count and there are times when we should not count. We need to count people to make sure we have ten for a minyan.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 04/20/2018

I have said many times that singing is much more emotional than speaking - music can touch the heart much more deeply than the spoken word.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 04/13/2018

This Shabbat is a unique time in the Jewish Calendar - it is the Shabbat between Yom HaShoah and Yom HaAtzmaut. It is the Shabbat between Holocaust Remembrance Day and the Israel's Independence Day.

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Passover Ideas for your Seder from Rabbi Adam Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/30/2018

Every year I am asked for new ideas for activities and discussions at the Seder. Some good Haggadot include some ideas.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/23/2018

As we prepare for Shabbat and continue to think about our Passover Seders that will begin one week from tonight, I want to share a text with you that could spark a good conversation around your Seder table.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/16/2018

I am proud of our young people and I am impressed that teenagers across the country organized rallies and walkouts in their schools to demonstrate their views on the increasing level of gun violence in America today.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/14/2018

I hope that everyone is okay after the storm. I know that many people were affected by the storm; some people had trouble driving, some people lost power, some people were stuck inside their homes for a few days.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/02/2018

As I read all of the stories of the Superbowl and I listened to many interviews with the players and coaches after the game, I discovered an inspiring story.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 02/23/2018

Ever since the news of the shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, I have been feeling at a loss for words.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 02/09/2018

As I read all of the stories of the Superbowl and I listened to many interviews with the players and coaches after the game, I discovered an inspiring story.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Adam Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 01/26/2018

This Shabat is Shabbat Shirah because during our Torah Reading tomorrow morning, we will read the Song of the Sea...

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Adam Feldman This Shabat is Shabbat Shirah because during our Torah Reading tomorrow morning, we will read the Song of the Sea... Posted to by The Jewish Center on 1/2
Posted by The Jewish Center on 01/19/2018


This past Monday, I attended the Princeton Community Interfaith Service celebrating the life and legacy of The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the First Baptist Church of Princeton...

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Adam Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 01/12/2018


My mother in law recently shared an online article with her children that contained a lot of wisdom...

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 01/05/2018


Recently, a Rabbinic colleague and I debated about whether it is okay for US Rabbis to criticize Israel from the bimah. We agreed we have the right to do that but it must be factual and respectful...

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