Pride Sermon/Parashat Nasso – Rabbi Eli Freedman

This Sunday, the first ever session of Camp Indigo Point will begin. Camp Indigo Point, according to their website, aims to offer traditional camp experiences — such as canoeing, archery, swimming, sports, arts & crafts, and outdoor excursions in rural Makanda, Illinois. So what’s the big deal? It sounds like...

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Rabbi Kuhn Yizkor/Neilah 5782/2021

Thank you for inviting me to speak today, Rabbi Maderer. I am always struck by the beauty and solemnity of this moment, this Yizkor Memorial service that is so meaningful to all of us.  It is a time to remember our loved ones within the context of this solemn day...

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Rabbi Fuchs Afternoon Sermon 5782/2021

When I was a student at Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati studying for the rabbinate, as part of the training, HUC required that we be student rabbis in small congregations that did not have full time clergy.  We travelled every other weekend, to serve as the rabbi of congregations that...

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