Category Archives: Sermons

Rabbi Saul’s Sermon for April 29, 2017: Between the Holidays – Yom HaShoah and Yom HaAtzma’ut

Sermon for April 29, 2017: Between the Holidays –  Yom HaShoah and Yom HaAtzma’ut Dear Friends, We find ourselves this Shabbat between two holidays – we commemorated Yom HaShoah – Holocaust Memorial Day – this past week, and we will … Continue reading

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Rabbi Oresky’s Sermon for January 28, 2017: Denial or the Nile?

Sermon for January 28, 2017: Denial or the Nile? Dear Friends, In last week’s Torah portion, Miriam watched while Pharaoh’s daughter pulled Miriam’s baby brother Moshe from his little basket in the Nile, then made sure that he was safe … Continue reading

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Rabbi’s Oresky’s Sermon (November 19, 2016): Where Do We Go from Here?

Dear Friends, A week ago Tuesday, the country elected the most controversial and divisive a candidate for president than any who has ever run for the office. Wherever you stood on the issues, and whatever your previous voting experience, and … Continue reading

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Rabbi Oresky’s Sermon for the Second Day of Rosh Hashanah: Tefillah – To Whom Are We Speaking?

Sermon for the Second Day of Rosh Hashanah Tefillah: To Whom Are We Speaking?   Dear Friends, Yesterday, we discussed a three-pronged way of understanding what we are really doing in synagogue on the High Holidays. Using the assertion from … Continue reading

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