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Dvar Torah from Rosh Hashana 5778 (2017) by Heena Reiter, Rabbinic Pastor

I am going to talk today about faith. First I’ll lay the groundwork with some general thoughts about on being a human being, especially when things are difficult – or, as some prefer to say, challenging – and about how, for some people, faith seems to make life less difficult. Then I’ll share what I […]

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Dvar Torah – Tzav from Wendy Roberman

Dvar Torah – Tzav 2 nd Parsha of the book of Leviticus 6:1–8:36 April 8, 2017 WJR The Parshah of Tzav (which means “command”) continues Gd’s instructions to Moses regarding the laws of the korbanot, the animal and meal offerings that were the central feature of the service in the Sanctuary. “Command Aaron and his sons,” says […]

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Delve into Torah

We’d love to hear your thoughts about an upcoming Torah portion during an upcoming Shabbat service. Maybe you want to do your text exploration with a chevruta (partner)? Here are the upcoming dates- March 12-Pekuday Exodus 38:21-40:38 March 26th- D’var Torah offered by special guests Rabbi Linda Motzkin & Jonathan Rubinstein April 9-Tazria 12:1-13:59 April […]

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D’var Torah: Parashat Eikev

Eikev/ Deuteronomy 7:12-11:25                                                                                                         […]

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Two Drash from Shabbat Devarim

On the occasion of two of our members celebrating 60th birthdays we had two excellent dvar Torah shared by Sara Greenfield and Ariel Lippman   Drash for D’varim 1:1 -3:22 on the occasion of entering the decade of the 60s This parsha is Moses’ take on the Israelites journey through the Wilderness, a backward reflection, gleaning […]

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