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Let’s Talk About God: A Series of 3 Podcasts For Your Consideration in Elul

            As the High Holydays approach, we invite you join us for a three-part series on theology that will post September 9, 16 and 23 on our Seekers of Meaning podcast/tv. You can access the [Read more…]

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Aware? Well, We Hope So!

World Alzheimer’s Month is an international campaign to raise awareness around Alzheimer’s disease and all types of dementia that takes place each September.  This year’s campaign highlights the importance of community support for families facing the challenges of dementia. [Read more…]

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Pre-Marital Counseling for 2d and Subsequent Marriages: A New Guide for Clergy

   One of the more interesting challenges that face clergy is when an older adult couple presents themselves to discuss marriage. Are there different questions that need to be asked? Is the nature of the [Read more…]

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Targeting The “Other” Until We Become The “Other”!

    A few nights ago my wife and I were privileged to attend a performance of “To Kill A Mockingbird”. The book, published in 1960, has become a classic, as has the play and film [Read more…]

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An Affirming And Challenging Glimpse of Who We Are

Some of the statistics are really attention getting. The 2020 Pew study of our community indicates that almost half of the American Jewish community is over 50 years of age. A quick look at population [Read more…]

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Liberty, Justice and The Court’s Decision: Whose Choice Is It?

            In the last two years of my seminar training, 1970-1972, I was part of a small group of students at the Hebrew Union College (HUC) that were trained at a local church to provide [Read more…]

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Shavuot: For What Are You Hungry?

The festival of  Shavuot draws its origins from our agricultural past. We are told to bring the “first fruits” of harvest in a pilgramage to the Temple. It is only later in our history that [Read more…]