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National Association of Retired Reform Rabbis, with Rabbi Connie Golden, on Jewish Sacred Aging podcast

On this edition of the Jewish Sacred Aging podcast, Rabbi Address speaks with Rabbi Connie Golden, recently installed as president of the National Association of Retired Reform Rabbis. About the Guest Connie Golden, born in [Read more…]

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Rabbi Mark Howard Levin, author of “Praying the Bible” on the JSA Podcast

Rabbi Mark Howard Levin, founding rabbi of Congregation Beth Torah in Overland Park, KS, is the guest on the November 18 Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast. Rabbi Levin is the author of Praying the Bible: Finding [Read more…]

Rabbi Sally Priesand, the first woman in the US ordained as a rabbi, and a new book about four decades of women in the rabbinate, for which she wrote the Foreword.
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Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast 2016-16: Rabbi Sally Priesand, First Female Reform Rabbi

On this edition of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast, Rabbi Address speaks with his classmate from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati, Rabbi Sally Priesand, the first woman ordained as a rabbi by [Read more…]

Rabbi Edythe Mencher of the Disabilities Inclusion Learning Center
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JSA Podcast 5/13/2016: Rabbi Edythe Mencher, Disabilities Inclusion Learning Center

In this week’s Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast, Rabbi Address goes on location at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York City to interview a long-time colleague, Rabbi Edythe Mencher, who coordinates the Union [Read more…]

Baby Boomer Bubbe

Did You Hear the One About Growing Up Across the Street from the Rabbi?

I was one of the lucky ones who grew up in a loving, happy, fun-filled home with little drama except for the Broadway musicals blaring from speakers that were the latest in sound technology and [Read more…]

Reflections on Aging

Dividends – Thoughts from Rabbi Jonathan Kendall

I retired from the rabbinate almost three years ago. (A terrible confession: I don’t attend worship services all that much.) I am a dinosaur, a Jurassic Rabbi, and the Reform Judaism of today has pretty [Read more…]