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Virtual Opportunities From The Clergy

Rabbi Adam Raskin

 

Shabbat Sermon on June 6, 2020: "A Jewish Definition of Power"
One of the most celebrated contributions Jews have made to popular culture is the invention of the superhero.  Almost every major superhero character known and beloved to generations of American children-and many adults too-came to us courtesy of a Yiddisher Kopf.  Superman was invented by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster; Joe Simon and Jack Kirby came up with Captain America; Bob Kane and Bill Finger introduced us to Batman; Stan Lee, whose real name is Stanley Lieber, gave us the impressive line up that includes Spider-Man, the Hulk, the Fantastic 4, Ironman, the X-Men, Thor, and the Avengers.  But the very first Jewish-inspired superhero of all comes courtesy of the Haftarah this week.
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Elul Empowerment

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4 Weeks, 4 Prayers
Rabbi Raskin will teach about 4 key High Holy Day prayers on each Shabbat morning of the month of Elul,
beginning August 22nd.

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Hazzan  Henrique Ozur Bass

Contemplative Practice Based On The Evening Service with Hazzan Ozur Bass
7:30 PM, Monday - Thursday
Join me for 30 minutes of spiritual engagement based on the evening services. We’ll use chants, nigunim, and the traditional melodies to guide us in prayerful connections.
Tune into Facebook Live on the  Har Shalom Facebook Page OR
Zoom.  Mourner's Kaddish will be recited when there is a minyan present on Zoom.

 Sounding the Shofar
Wednesdays, August 26, September 2, and September 9, 8:00 PM
Learn how to sound the Shofar in preparation for the High Holy Days. If you have one, bring your own shofar; if you don’t have one, Har Shalom’s RAC (Religious Activities Committee) will give you one (up to the first 20 attendees; one per family) so that you can learn and fulfill the mitzvah of listening to the sound of the Shofar in your own home. Open to all ages. 

Sing-a-Long with the Hazzanco-led by Rabbi Joshua Cahan
Tuesday, September 1 and 8, 8:00 PM
Prepare your soul (and your voice) for the High Holy Days by reviewing some of your favorite melodies for the days and learning some new ones. Open to all ages.

To participate in either class, please email Hazzan Ozur Bass. 
 

 

Virtual  Meeting with the Clergy

Please reach out to the Clergy Assistant, Leslie, to set up a virtual meeting with either clergy member!

Fri, September 18 2020 29 Elul 5780