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Parashat Ki Tissa 5779 Al Vorspan has been described as gadol ha-dor, a giant of his generation, for his courageousness, for his unflagging optimism, for his indomitable spirit. He was called a modern day prophet because of his moral clarity, his willingness to say what was...

Parashat Vayehi 5779 Tonight, I want to tell the tale of ancestry and migration. This is on my mind because of the ongoing conversations around immigration, the possibility of a government shutdown that will last for a very long time, the fact that unaccompanied migratory minors sit...

Recently, I had the chance to sit down with Liz Goodman, the pastor at the Monterey Church. We explored our different understandings of personal prayer. Take a listen and let us know your thoughts! The Religious Round Table airs every week on WSBS. The show is hosted each week by...

Delivered on Kol Nidrei 5779 During my time in Rabbinical School I interned as a chaplain at NYU’s Tisch Hospital. One of my responsibilities was to serve the spiritual needs of the patients and their families in the pediatric rehab unit. Each morning, the attending physician...

Delivered on September 10, 2018 at Rosh Hashanah morning services. In 1987, the US Army War College coined a term that has become more pointed and more broadly taught year after year. It is a frame through which our military views their world, and more and...

By Rabbi Joan Glazer Farber Shabbat shalom. Thank you to Rabbi Hirsch for the opportunity to share Shabbat with you. I had a sudden awareness when I was in Israel this summer—it was 45 years since my first trip to Israel. 45 years of visits and discussions....