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Rabbi Jodie Gordon Yom Kippur Morning- 5776   The question, posed to a group of parents: What rules, warnings, survival tactics are you giving your children as you raise them? The answers: “Get stopped for a traffic violation? Use your Sunday school manners. Keep your hands where they can be seen, and...

  This summer, on a Sunday afternoon, Liz and I made our way over to the Triplex to catch a viewing of the new Pixar animated movie, Inside/Out. As the movie ended, and we wiped the tears away from our eyes, it was clear that the...

by Rabbi Liz Hirsch A story told by Rabbi Bunam: Once upon a time, a woman lived in poverty in a small village outside of Krakow. She had a modest, one room home, heated by an ornate, beautiful fireplace that she carefully stoked each morning. One night,...

This morning, I stood on this bimah and delivered a eulogy. What I hoped most to do with my words was to elevate the unique qualities of a man, whose life had been rich and varied, and all too short. An educated man- he was a musician...

Mavis Jackson [1] lived in Anaheim, California. Each Sunday, while running errands she would drive past the Crystal Cathedral, a huge Catholic church on a beautiful campus. She would think to herself each time she passed that she would go there for a service sometime....