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April 28, 2022

To Be Like Avraham and Sarah: The Lives of the Survivors Who Rebuilt Beth Jacob

April 10, 2022

Shabbat HaGadol Drasha 5782

Deepening Dayeinu: Cultivating a Spirit of Gratitude in the Face of Adversity

Dayeinu is first found in the Haggadah of Rav Amram Ga’on, who lived in the 9th century. There a small number of medieval figures who believed it originated in the times of the Second Temple, though it is not found in the Tannaitic literature that makes up much of the Haggadah. What does Dayeinu mean, and what purpose does it serve in the choreography and meaning of Seder night?

March 31, 2022

Erev Shabbat Drasha on "Digging Deeper: Lessons from Birkat HaChodesh".

March 10, 2022

The Hidden Aleph of Adar

February 24, 2022

A Basin of Mirrors - Thoughts on Parshat Vayakhel

February 22, 2022

A Basin of Mirrors - Thoughts on Parshat Vayakhel

February 22, 2022

Understanding Rabbinic Thinking Part Three

“Rabbinic Leadership: Different Models Throughout Jewish History”

February 17, 2022

The Tablets and the Flood - Thoughts on Parshat Ki Tisa

February 11, 2022

Rabbinic Thinking Part Two:"Rabbinics and Public Policy: Deriving Political Science from Kashrut and Halakha"

February 10, 2022

Does Clothing Really Matter? Learning for Parshat Tetzave

February 8, 2022

Part One: "Rabbi's: What Do They Know, Do They Know Things? Let's Find Out!"

February 3, 2022

The Travelling Mountain - Thoughts on Parshat Teruma

February 1, 2022

So, What is the Chevra Kaddisha?

Jaunary 27, 2022

One Law above the Others - Learning for Parshat Mishpatim

January 26, 2022

Self-Awareness and Self-Care: Maintaining a healthy sense of self in a stressful world

A panel discussion with Meira Albert and members of the community

January 20, 2022

How to Divide the Ten Commandments? Learning for Parshat Yitro

January 13, 2022

Rock and Roll, Freedom, and the Gift of Shabbat - Thoughts on Parshat Beshalach

January 6, 2022

Taking Lambs to Slaughter - Timely Reflections on Parshat Bo

Thu, May 19 2022 18 Iyyar 5782