Rosh Hashanah Sermon 5778

Rosh Hashanah Sermon 5778

Rabbi Robin S. Sparr: A year ago I stood before you, imploring you to be guided by social justice principles of Judaism as you stepped into the voting booth. I urged you to consider not just any single issue, but to focus on what it means to stand in support of a just and humane society. I further requested that, after you stepped out of the voting both, you would forgive and mend relationships with your friends and family who might have voted differently. It’s been a long year. (more…)...
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Rabbi’s Notes

Rabbi’s Notes

Shalom, dear TEMV family! I hope you’ve enjoyed a restful summer, full of good times with family and friends, outdoor activities, and opportunities for both rest and growth. Perhaps you are, like me, approaching the fall with a mix of excitement and wistfulness. Hot days (and nights) will soon give way to earlier sunsets and turning leaves, and, for many of us, a return to school or more routine work schedules. (more…)...
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