Sermons

Some of the sermons below were delivered at Rosh Hashanah services over the years as well as at Yom Kippur afternoon discussions. Others were written for summer learning, when my rabbis invite congregants to deliver the Sabbath morning sermon, drawing inspiration from the week’s Torah portion. The texts are so rich in possibilities, conundrums, challenging commandments that I always find myself disappearing down wonderful rabbit holes of learning, discussion and exploration. Come and explore with me.

MAGISTRATES — 2002
THE DANCE OF FORGIVENESS — 2003
A CHARLES DICKENS YOM KIPPUR — 2004
RESURRECTION — 2005
SEEING IS BELIEVING — 2006
BOUNDARIES — 2007
JONAH — 2008
HEARING IS OBEYING — 2009
WHAT DO WE DO WITH OUR GRIEF? — 2011
CIRCUMCISING THE HEART — 2012

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2 thoughts on “Sermons

  1. Kay Harris

    Decided to print them all and read them on the haggim. I’m disillusioned with formal synagogue services and may just cobble together my own way of acknowledging the holidays this year.

    Thank you for sharing.

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