Bamidbar – Torah in The Wilderness

How come such a big part of the Torah happens in the midbar – the desert? And how come when we receive the Torah – […]

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Bamidbar – Making Sure We All Count

Once you know you count, then you have responsibility.

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Emor – The Power of Words to Hurt or Heal

There is a startling story at the end of this Torah portion.  A half-Israelite gets in a fight with an Israelite, blasphemes the name of […]

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Emor – The Power of Words to Hurt or Heal

There is a startling story at the end of this Torah portion.  A half-Israelite gets in a fight with an Israelite, blasphemes the name of […]

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Kedoshim – Love Your Neighbor – Now More Than Ever

Rabbi Akiva taught the greatest principle of the Torah is in this morning’s Torah portion: “Love Your Neighbor as Yourself.”  If we were to sum […]

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Tazria-Metzorah – Repairing Our Inner Boundaries

The work of repairing our internal order is really about aligning with the holiness inside of us.

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Shmini – When Tragedy Strikes – Sermon by: Rabbi Ezray

Life can change in a moment.

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Eulogy for Rabbi H. David Teitelbaum

A mighty oak has fallen and there is a space in the sky.

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Honoring Dr. King – Lessons from his Life at this Moment in America by: Pastor Hurmon

If you missed last Saturday’s Traditional Shabbat Service and want to watch the recording of Pastor Hurmon’ sermon. Honoring Dr. King – Lessons from his […]

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Shmot – When Society is at Risk

This past week our nation faced, and continues to face, one of the gravest challenges since its birth.  The Capitol – the sacred seat of […]

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VaYechi – A Housing Crisis

The stories we tell about our past inform the actions we take to shape our future.

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VaYechi – Finding Connection

In this week’s parsha, we come to the scene at Jacob’s deathbed. His children are gathered around his bed and Jacob makes a seemingly audacious […]

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