Monthly Archives: September 2010

Did We Really Dwell in Sukkot?

Did We Really Dwell in Sukkot? September 24, 2010 We join together this Shabbat of Sukkot in the presence of this lovely sukkah, symbolic of the dwellings the Torah tells us our ancestors constructed in the Wilderness. We read yesterday … Continue reading

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Yizkor Service 5771

Sermon for Yizkor Service September 12, 2010 For two years, over six hundred days from 1942 through 1944, Anne Frank was able to look out just one attic window. Through her literal window on the world, she was able to … Continue reading

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Yom Kippur Morning 5771

Yom Kippur Morning Sermon 10 Tishri, 5771 – September 18, 2010   This is the holiest day of the year.  We stand alone before God as the Holy One examines us and our actions.  God cares about what we do … Continue reading

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Erev Yom Kippur: “Shooting at Hopkins”

Erev Yom Kippur Sermon 10 Tishri, 5771- September 17, 2010 Shooting at Hopkins This is not the sermon that I wrote for tonight. I will deliver that sermon at another time for its message is timeless. I feel compelled to … Continue reading

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Rosh HaShanah Morning 5771

Rosh Hashanah Morning Sermon 1 Tishri, 5771- September 9, 2010 Shana Tova!  It is so good to see you again on this first day of our new year 5,771.   It may be hard to believe, but this is our twelfth … Continue reading

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