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This month's niggunim is one of my personal favorites: it is both meditative and driving. 
Posted to by The Jewish Center on 5/5/2015 3:07:05 PM | with 0 comments

As we followed the news stories this week, we were once again made aware of challenging race issues and the relationship that members of the law enforcement have with their communities. 
Posted to by The Jewish Center on 5/1/2015 1:34:27 PM | with 0 comments

Yesterday morning, Hazzan Joanna Dulkin and I had the opportunity to participate in a fascinating tour of a local religious institution that was unlike any other experience I have ever had. 
Posted to by The Jewish Center on 4/24/2015 12:11:40 PM | with 0 comments

This coming week, we will celebrate an important day in the Jewish calendar - Yom HaAtzmaut, the 67th Anniversary of the Independence of the Modern State of Israel. 
Posted to by The Jewish Center on 4/17/2015 11:13:26 AM | with 0 comments

The Shabbat that begins tonight is one of the most significant Shabbatot of the entire year. 
Posted to by The Jewish Center on 3/27/2015 11:16:37 AM | with 0 comments

Today is the first day of spring which means that Passover is right around the corner. 
Posted to by The Jewish Center on 3/20/2015 11:38:00 AM | with 0 comments

Among the things that I like about our new Friday night Siddur, are the new prayers and modern readings that are included in the margins of the pages next to the Traditional Kabbalat Shabbat prayers. 
Posted to by The Jewish Center on 3/13/2015 10:57:44 AM | with 0 comments

As we end this week and begin Shabbat, there is a lot on our mind. News from our world and across our country that raises many concerns. 
Posted to by The Jewish Center on 3/6/2015 11:09:16 AM | with 0 comments

As a congregational Rabbi, I am invited to be with families at various different points in the Jewish Life Cycle. 
Posted to by The Jewish Center on 2/27/2015 10:52:43 AM | with 0 comments

In a traditional Friday night prayer book, there is a series of readings that help make the separation between the two sections of the service; Kabbalat Shabbat and Ma'ariv. 
Posted to by The Jewish Center on 2/20/2015 2:07:03 PM | with 0 comments

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