Sermon



Rabbi Yaron Kapitulnik

"A Letter To My Children About Chesed" - Yom Kippur Morning 5777

"A Letter To My Children About Chesed" - Yom Kippur Morning 5777

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Rabbi Yaron Kapitulnik

"On Forgiveness" - Kol Nidre 5777

"On Forgiveness" - Kol Nidre 5777

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Rabbi Yaron Kapitulnik

"Rabbi, I'm Not Religious" - Rosh Hashanah 5777

"Rabbi, I'm Not Religious" - Rosh Hashanah 5777

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Rabbi Yaron Kapitulnik

"TIME" - Erev Rosh Hashanah 5777

"TIME" - Erev Rosh Hashanah 5777

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Cantor Alicia Stillman

Tetzaveh - Shabbat in Cuba

Tetzaveh - Shabbat in Cuba

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Cantor Alicia Stillman

Parashat Kedoshim D'var Torah

Parashat Kedoshim D'var Torah

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Rabbi Yaron Kapitulnik

For Me The World Was Created - Rosh Hashanah 5776

For Me The World Was Created - Rosh Hashanah 5776

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Rabbi Yaron Kapitulnik

I Am A Zionist

I am a Zionist. Because it was not just Abraham that was promised the land of Israel, it is each and every one of us that carries that promise for 4000 years. This land was promised to you, and to me. Our story begun with a journey, Abraham went to Canaan, and left Canaan, his decedents returned to the land, and left again. His people were enslaved for 400 years before they left Egypt and wondered in the desert for another 40 years before returning home, only to be exiled again and to wait 2000 more years for the promise to be fulfilled.

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Rabbi Yaron Kapitulnik

Walking In The Dark - Rosh Hashanah Sermon 5775

ON this Rosh Hashanah, we join together to celebrate God’s creation of our world. And last night, we heard beautiful words from Cantor Alicia that changed our language. God no longer just created light, “God” became “Light.” And it WAS good. But God also created darkness. And we all know that darkness is as much a part of our existence as light. This morning I want to acknowledge the dark moments in which we live. I want to talk about an issue that is truly troubling, that will cause us discomfort, and force us to examine ourselves honestly.

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Cantor Alicia Stillman

Light - Erev Rosh Hashanah Sermon 5775

My uncle recounted a story to me of the death of his grandmother, Leah – my Great Grandmother, who I am named after. My uncle was 4 years old, and Grandma Leah who lived nearby came over for the evening; while lying on the couch, she passed away that night in her sleep. The following night, while my Uncle Barry was sleeping, he had a dream that his Grandma Leah was floating in the living room, seemingly suspended in space, in the warmest, most comforting way, and two angels with wings came down from above and carried her up and up and up. There was a warmth, a LIGHT, he said. And somehow, even though he was 4 years old, he knew that she was taken care of, safe, that she was ok wherever she was going. This dream had such an impact on him, that 50 years later he could tell me that very same story, with tears in his eyes, and without a doubt whatsoever, he knew that a great mystery of the universe had taken place and he had been part of its message.

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5776 Year in Review


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