Rabbi Lewis Eron, chaplain at Lion's Gate CCRC, Voorhees, NJ, pictured in The Lubetkin Media Companies TV studio in Cherry Hill, NJ
Seekers of Meaning-JSA Podcast

JSA Podcast 2016-22: Rabbi Lewis Eron, chaplain at Lion’s Gate CCRC, Part 2

In this Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast, Rabbi Address concludes his conversation with Rabbi Lewis John Eron Ph.D., director of religious services at Lion’s Gate, a continuing care retirement community in Voorhees, Camden County, NJ, sponsored [Read more…]

D'vrei Torah

Nitzavim: Standing “This Day”.

“Nitzavim”, is easily one of the most dynamic of all of our portions. It is so powerful that we will visit it again on Yom Kippur. The texts give rise to numerous interpretations and countless [Read more…]

Radio Show

Boomer Generation Radio 9/27/2016: Episcopal Community Services and Grief Counseling

On the September 27, 2016 Boomer Generation Radio show, David Griffin, director of Episcopal Community Services, Debbie Derman, Ph.D., a grief counselor in suburban Philadelphia. , are the guests. About the Guests Episcopal Community Services [Read more…]

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Reflections on Elul-4: Holiness

Health, Healing, Wholeness and now the idea of Holiness. These, I suggest, can form the values that support a relationship to self and the sacred for the coming year.We have written this past month on [Read more…]

Rabbi Richard Address, left, chats with Rabbi Lewis Eron, director of religious services at Lion's Gate, during the taping of "Conversations."
Seekers of Meaning-JSA Podcast

JSA Podcast 2016-21: Rabbi Lewis Eron, chaplain at Lion’s Gate CCRC, Part 1

In this Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast, Rabbi Address welcomes Rabbi Lewis John Eron Ph.D., director of religious services at Lion’s Gate, a continuing care retirement community in Voorhees, Camden County, NJ, sponsored by the Jewish [Read more…]

A terebinth of Mamre.
D'vrei Torah

Ki Tavo:Approaching the Sacred With All Our Senses

The portion, “Ki Tavo” (When you enter or go into) begins in Deuteronomy 26.1. When we enter the promised land we are commanded to being “some of every first fruit from the soil, which you [Read more…]

"Rosh Hashanah 5769 - The Table," by Edsel Little, used via Creative Commons License on Flickr.com
Baby Boomer Bubbe

Baby Boomers: Was there Gravy on Your Bubbe’s Table?

The landscape of our holiday table is changing. Not every guest has celebrated with apples and honey on Rosh Hashanah or had cold cuts on Break-the-Fast or read from the Haggadah while eating matzah. Whether [Read more…]

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Elul-Countdown to the Holidays 3: Wholeness

As we gradually flow toward the Holidays, we are reminded that we hope that the new year will bring us health of body and mind and a healing of physical and emotional “hurts”. This brings [Read more…]

D'vrei Torah

Ki Tetze: The Challenges of Interpreting Texts

This week’s portion, “Ki Tetze” presents us with a myriad of laws that range again from warfare to economics. They are, according to commentaries, designed to establish a social contract as the Israelites prepare to [Read more…]