Here Is Your Slogan & Something Else Here
Apr 9, 2017 by Rabbi Joel Mosbacher
“In every generation, each person must see themselves as if they went out of Egypt.” This is my favorite line in the Haggadah. In the...
Apr 7, 2017 by Rabbi Melissa Buyer
Last year, two brave mothers approached me for a meeting. They were looking to find educational opportunities for their children with...
Apr 5, 2017 by Rabbi Seth Limmer
All rabbis have humbling moments when the words that spontaneously emerge from our mouths wind up being far more impactful than those...
Mar 3, 2017 by Alan S. Yoffie
Passover Seders in my family were always large affairs. Persons who had no place to go for Seder (“Welcome the stranger…”) and...
Jun 9, 2016 by Rabbi Larry Bach
It was quite a scene on the fourth day of Pesach in Raleigh, North Carolina. Rabbis from around the state (including several CCAR...
Apr 21, 2016 by Rabbi Danny Burkeman
Growing up I was a big fan of Monty Python; I would listen to their recording “Live at Drury Lane” over and over again, so much so...
Apr 18, 2016 by Hilly Haber
This week, we mark our final days in Egypt. For generations, we have languished in slavery, served our masters from the narrow...
Apr 11, 2016 by Rabbi Sara Sapadin
If the Passover seder had an anthem, my vote would be for Dayenu– the jubilant, infectious melody responsible for resuscitating...
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