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Shabbat Shuvah is the Shabbat between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur and is called “The Shabbat of Return” with sense of returning to God and healing. We always feature a congregant speaker at Shabbat Shuvah and are pleased to share the wonderful offering of congregant Steven Beer.
We were thrilled when congregant Stanley S. sent us evidence that our new Live Stream was being received loud and clear on Erev Rosh Hashanah and Rosh Hashanah services in the Main Sanctuary!
We’re seeking and giving shelter in this month’s edition.
Senior Cantor Rebecca Garfein is the feature of a a recent issue of Hadassah Magazine on the topic of women breaking into the Reform cantorate, and then going on to comprise 60% of cantors. Reflecting on leading the High Holy Days Service, Cantor Garfein was quoted as saying, “[…] when you sing those words and go […]
If we interpret the laws of our Torah to be those that engender moral kindness and decency, laws that work toward goodness and justice for all, then it is our obligation to object to the nomination of a Supreme Court Justice in the manner suggested by our current administration.