Clergy Sermons

At Central Synagogue

Sermons from October 2014

Maurice A. Salth
Chol Hamoed Sukkot

Maurice A. Salth  |  October 10, 2014

Ari S. Lorge
Sukkot 5775

Ari S. Lorge  |  October 8, 2014

Mo Glazman
Lullaby of the Heart (Yom Kippur Yizkor 5775)

Mo Glazman  |  October 4, 2014

My paternal grandmother, whom we called Baba Gita, was a uniquely tough woman. She was trained as physical therapist in Soviet Lithuania where she and my grandfather raised my father Sam and my aunt Fania. She witnessed the atrocities of the Holocaust, and endless anti-Semitism in Lithuania, and then moved to Israel where she lived through several wars and intifadas and buried my grandfather.

Ari S. Lorge
Too Old for Fairy Tales (Yom Kippur 5775)

Ari S. Lorge  |  October 4, 2014

“Witches can be right, giants can be good.” Those are Stephen Sondheim’s words, written for his musical Into the Woods. For those of you who have not seen it or heard the music, Into the Woods explores our classic fairy tales through an adult, scrutinizing lens.

Angela W. Buchdahl
The Hope: Israel (Yom Kippur 5775)

Angela W. Buchdahl  |  October 3, 2014

Since it is Yom Kippur, I want to start with a confession: I really didn’t want to give a sermon about Israel. Especially in my first year as your Senior Rabbi. Read more...

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