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What the Rabbis Said

We are pleased to share with you selected sermons from our clergy.

Yom Kippur Morning 5780
The Long-Short and the Short-Long Way
Rabbi Leah A. Citrin 

Kol Nidre,5780
Rise Against Anti-Semitism
Rabbi Lucy.H.F. Dinner

Rosh HaShanah Morning 5780
Intentional Acts of Kindness
Rabbi Leah A. Citrin 

Erev Rosh HaShanah 5780
Don't Freak Yourself Out
Rabbi Lucy H.F. Dinner

Yom Kippur 5779
Mental Health Part 2: Our Communal Responsibility
Rabbi Leah A. Citrin

Rosh Hashanah 5779
The Power of a Pause
Rabbi Leah A. Citrin

Memorial Day, May 25, 2018 
Our Veterans, and the Poor People’s Campaign of Our Day
Rabbi Lucy H.F. Dinner

Kol Nidre 5778
Pursue Justice in the World - When the Oppressed Walk Down the Aisle
Rabbi Lucy H.F. Dinner

Yom Kippur 5778
Preparing​ ​for​ ​Death​ ​&​ ​Dying
Rabbi Leah A. Citrin

Erev Rosh HaShanah 5778:
Seek Peace In Yourself, Pursue It In the World, Part I 
Rabbi Lucy H.F. Dinner

Yom Kippur 5777
Forgiving Ourselves
Rabbi Leah A. Citrin

Kol Nidre 5777
Love Your Neighbor Love Yourself
Rabbi Lucy H.F. Dinner

Rosh HaShanah 5777
Ritual Resolutions
Rabbi Leah A. Citrin

Why I Stayed in  the Room for Trump
Rabbi Lucy H.F. Dinner

Noach 5776
Israel and feelings 
Rabbi Leah A. Citrin

Yom Kippur 5776 
Empowerment 
Rabbi Leah A. Citrin

Kol Nidre 5776
Chieftans & Water Carriers
Rabbi Lucy H.F. Dinner

Rosh HaShanah 5776
Legacy
Rabbi Leah A. Citrin

Erev Rosh HaShanah 5776 
Adam I and Adam II
Rabbi Lucy H.F. Dinner
 
June 20, 2015
Rabbi Responds to Charleston Massacre 
Rabbi Lucy H.F. Dinner

Sun, March 29 2020 4 Nisan 5780