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Delivered on Rosh Hashanah Morning, 5776 In the center of ancient Jerusalem, along the southern edge of the Temple Mount there were a series of sacred steps. You can still visit these steps. This is the Davidson Archeological Center, now. These stone steps would bring you up...

[audio m4a="https://www.hevreh.org/wp-content/uploads/religous-round-table-gelsey.m4a"][/audio] Summertime means camp. In this week's Religious Roundtable, Rabbi Hirsch talks with James Gelsey, Director of Operations at the URJ Eisner Camp. The Religious Roundtable is brought to you by the South County Clergy Association, in partnership with WSBS. Thanks to WSBS for hosting this...

Parashat Balak 5776 [audio m4a="https://www.hevreh.org/wp-content/uploads/podcast-balak-5776.m4a"][/audio] "There was a man in the land of Uz named Job. That man was blameless and upright; he feared God and shunned evil." Job had 10 children--seven sons and three daughters. He was the wealthiest man in East. Such is our introduction to...

[audio mp3="https://www.hevreh.org/wp-content/uploads/RELIGIOUS-ROUNDTABLE-JULY-10-2016.mp3"][/audio] This week on the Religious Roundtable, Rabbi Neil Hirsch talks with Rabba Kaya Stern-Kaufman. They discuss the Southern Berkshire Community Hevra Kedisha. The Religious Roundtable is hosted by WSBS (94.1 FM) and the South County Clergy Association....

[audio m4a="https://www.hevreh.org/wp-content/uploads/shlach-lcha-5776.m4a"][/audio] Shabbat Shlach L'cha 5776 We logic constantly with If-Then statements. “If you do the dishes, then I’ll take care of the laundry,” we negotiate with our partners. “If you surpass your sales goals,” your supervisor tells you, “then you earn a bonus at the end...

Parashat Bamidbar 5776 This Shabbat, we begin a new book of Torah, Bamidbar, the Book of Numbers. We call it Numbers out of its Latin rendering, Numeri, which was taken from the Greek name Arithmoi, “chosen in recognition of the extensive statistical material that opens this...