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Erev Shabbat Message From Rabbi Elliot Schoenberg
Posted by The Jewish Center on 10/16/2020

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A special conversation with Alexandra Bar-Cohen from Israel regarding water and irrigation
Posted by The Jewish Center on 10/09/2020

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Yom Kippur Sermons from Rabbi Schoenberg and Rabbi Baird
Posted by The Jewish Center on 10/09/2020

 

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Monday Sukkot Message - October 5, 2020
Posted by The Jewish Center on 10/06/2020

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Erev Shabbat Message From Rabbi Elliot Schoenberg
Posted by The Jewish Center on 09/25/2020

Please Click Here for Rabbi Schoenberg's Erev Shabbat Message - Prayer for Country - Read by Ruth Bader Ginsburg z"l Originally Recorded on October 3rd, 2013 At Congregation Beth El in Bethesda, Maryland

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Yom Kippur Message from Rabbi Justus Baird
Posted by The Jewish Center on 09/24/2020

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High Holiday Message From Rabbi Elliot Schoenberg
Posted by The Jewish Center on 09/22/2020

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Erev Rosh HaShanah / Shabbat Message from Rabbi Justus Baird
Posted by The Jewish Center on 09/18/2020

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High Holiday Message From Rabbi Elliot Schoenberg
Posted by The Jewish Center on 09/15/2020

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Erev Shabbat Message From Rabbi Elliot Schoenberg
Posted by The Jewish Center on 09/11/2020

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Erev Shabbat Message From Rabbi Elliot Schoenberg
Posted by The Jewish Center on 09/04/2020

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Erev Shabbat Message From Rabbi Elliot Schoenberg
Posted by The Jewish Center on 08/28/2020

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Erev Shabbat Message From Rabbi Elliot Schoenberg
Posted by The Jewish Center on 08/21/2020

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Elliot Schoenberg
Posted by The Jewish Center on 08/14/2020

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Elliot Schoenberg
Posted by The Jewish Center on 08/07/2020

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Erev Shabbat Message From Rabbi Elliot Schoenberg
Posted by The Jewish Center on 07/31/2020

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Va'Etchanan - Shabbat Nachamu

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Elliot Schoenberg
Posted by The Jewish Center on 07/24/2020

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D'varim / Shabbat Chazon

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Elliot Schoenberg
Posted by The Jewish Center on 07/17/2020

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Matot-Masei

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Elliot Schoenberg
Posted by The Jewish Center on 07/10/2020

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Pinchas

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Elliot Schoenberg
Posted by The Jewish Center on 06/26/2020

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Elliot Schoenberg
Posted by The Jewish Center on 06/05/2020

I am thrilled to be starting as your Interim Spiritual Leader. I look forward to meeting you personally, and getting to know the people of this community. I am only sorry that I begin my time here in the middle of a pandemic. 

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Bob Freeman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 05/22/2020

One of the tasks I set myself when I accepted this assignment was to prepare a kavannah, a prayer intention, for every Shabbat morning service. Then Covid happened. I'm still preparing my kavvanot, but the time of quarantine, not being able to daven with people around, has made me think even more about prayer. I'll share what I've been thinking with you.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Bob Freeman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 05/15/2020

Have you noticed the robins lately? It seems like there are a lot of them. Actually there hasn't been a dramatic rise in robin birthrate this year. We're just seeing more of them close up. Less human activity, less traffic. makes them bolder. 

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Bob Freeman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 05/08/2020

It's late Saturday night in a bar in the Jewish section of town. A man and a dog walk into a bar. The man orders a slivovitz for himself, and for his dog, a beer in a dish.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Bob Freeman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 05/01/2020

Ush'avtem mayim b'sasson, mimay'ney ha-y'shu-a, you will draw water in joy from springs of salvation. It's a great song to dance the hora to. It's also in the Haftarah for Yom Ha-atsma-ut, Israeli Independence day, the day on which I'm writing this.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Bob Freeman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 04/24/2020

How quarantine and trust intertwine is so complex. Here's the text from this week's Torah portion, talking about mold in the walls of a house, that got me thinking about it. [Leviticus 14:34-37] "The owner of the house [noticing red or green streaks in the walls] shall come and tell the priest saying, 'Something that looks to me like a plague is in my house.' 

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Bob Freeman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 04/17/2020

April 22, 28th day of Nisan, is Holocaust Remembrance Day. Though I doubt I have anything to say about the Holocaust that hasn't been said before, I'm compelled to write about it. I hope my compulsion will shock you too into thinking about it. It's so easy to slide away from the Holocaust in our minds...

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Bob Freeman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 04/03/2020

Thanks to our current plague, we are in a sha-at d'chak, a time of crisis. Not only because we are worried about those whom we love, but also for the holiday, we really want to be together with family and community. 

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Bob Freeman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/27/2020

Remember the joke? An old curse says, "May you live in interesting times." Thanks to the corona virus we're in the middle of as "interesting" a time as any of us can remember.  However, it's good to be mindful of another adage to set against the "curse:"

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Erev Shabbat Message From Rabbi Bob Freedman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/13/2020

I'm writing this in reaction to the fear that has been generated about Corona virus. Many of those to whom I've spoken are of two minds. I've heard and share respect for the necessity of being very careful in the face of a disease that is extremely contagious and whose effects are not yet well understood.

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Erev Shabbat Message From Rabbi Bob Freedman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/06/2020

When I teach people about the tradition of Judaism, and I need to explain what are Mishnah, and Talmud, I say something like: First there was the Torah. Torah has lots of instructions, but they're not always so clear. So the wise, beginning with Moshe, were forced to invent interpretation strategies.

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Erev Shabbat Message From Rabbi Bob Freedman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 02/28/2020

"Build me a sanctuary," said God. It was the culmination of God's creation that God would have a pied-a-terre in the finite realm. Designed for human operation, the sanctuary would be a sophisticated piece of spirituaI tech ware that would initiate a easy, user-friendly interface between humans and the divine.

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Erev Shabbat Message From Rabbi Bob Freedman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 02/21/2020

I am often asked "What do you think is the essence of Judaism?" Usually my response is based squarely on a quote from this week's Torah portion. In Exodus 24:5-8 we readers are given front-row seats at the ritual that Moses performed to confirm the Israelites in the covenant that God had proposed to them on the mountain.

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Erev Shabbat Message From Rabbi Bob Freedman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 02/14/2020

Every so often we read in the Torah a verse or two that grabs us and won't let go. This week I was moved anew by Exodus 19:4-6, "I lifted you up on eagle's wings and I brought you to me...and you will be a treasure for Me from among all nations, for all the earth is Mine. And you will be for Me a nation of priests and a holy people..."

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Bob Freedman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 02/07/2020

The sadness we feel at Rabbi Feldman's z"l passing is still with us, as it will be for a long time. And yet this Shabbat the Torah reading schedule inexorably brings us to Shirat Hayam, the Song of the Sea.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Bob Freedman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 01/31/2020

Almost all rituals that initiate candidates into a defined group involve saying something. When someone comes forward to be a citizen of the United States they take an oath of allegiance. New police swear an oath to never betray their badge, their integrity, their character or the public trust.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Bob Freedman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 01/29/2020

I am always amused, and at the same time horrified, by the account of the third plague. "Aaron held out his arm with the rod and struck the dust of the earth, and vermin came upon human and beast. All the dust of the earth turned to lice throughout the land of Egypt.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 12/13/2019

I know from my conversations this week, that many people have concerns about the statements from President Trump about the Jewish people.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 12/06/2019

If we can think back over the 70 years of TJC history, we have so much to be proud of. In my time at TJC, I have heard many stories about the early years and the challenges our founders faced as they created a synagogue in Princeton when the Jewish population was much smaller than it is today.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 11/22/2019

When I was a child, I remember Thanksgiving being a one day holiday - maybe two if you count that I did not have to go to school on Friday also. Now it seems that Thanksgiving has become a week-long celebration that begins earlier.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 11/15/2019

One of the things I am most excited about this year is my ninth grade Hebrew High School class. Our group is focusing on learning other religious traditions through a Jewish lens and we have already encountered some great people.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 11/08/2019

Earlier this week, I went to visit my parents. They are doing well and still in New Jersey, getting ready to head to Florida after Thanksgiving. Thank God, my parents and healthy and doing a lot with their time.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 11/01/2019

How many of us remember that when we were younger and people were uncomfortable talking about something they needed to say, they would whisper the difficult word.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 10/25/2019

The Jewish People have many important rituals related to the end of life; prayers that we say, candles that we light and readings that we share. To me, one of the most powerful is the Yahrtzeit - a ritual around the anniversary of the passing of a loved one and a ritual that can be quite powerful to observe, especially on the first anniversary.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 10/11/2019

On Yom Kippur I shared a personal story with the congregation about my friend Seth who recently passed away. Until he died, I was not aware that he suffered from depression and mental illness.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 10/04/2019

One of my main goals for this year is to work more closely with our teens as we work to create our New Hebrew High School Program - #SULAM. I know from personal experience how critical the teen years are to someone's Jewish development and I want to do all that I can to help our teens continue to feel connected to TJC.

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Shanah Tovah
Posted by The Jewish Center on 09/29/2019

Beginning tonight we are going to all be part of an incredible phenomenon. We are about to recreate an experience that the Jewish people have followed in some form for over four thousand years.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 09/27/2019

A young man was about to graduate from college. In his affluent neighborhood, it was a custom for graduates to receive a new car as a gift from their parents.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 09/20/2019

Growing up in in Southern New Jersey, my family was active in our small synagogue. I have many vivid memories of powerful experiences in that congregation on Shabbat and holidays and it was during those moments that I first began to think about being a Rabbi.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 09/17/2019

In a recent study group, someone asked me about my favorite part of the Rosh HaShanah service and I was quick to answer the Torah Reading for the Second Day because it is perhaps the most intriguing story in our entire Torah.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 06/21/2019

My mind has been on kids this week. It is the end of the school year and the beginning of the camp season so it is a season that gets us to think about children and what is best for them.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 06/14/2019

I sat with someone this week to talk about some personal issues she is facing. I did my best to be listen and be supportive. She was questioning God and wanted to know if God listens to our personal prayers.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 06/07/2019

The other day, I attended an event celebrating the accomplishments of a local Jewish Day School. It is the school my children attend, the Golda Och Academy in West Orange NJ.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 05/31/2019

Every year when I am invited to speak at our Multi Faith Thanksgiving Community Service, I search for a new reading or prayer related to gratitude and appreciation. Over the years, I have found many including some that go back to Biblical times.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 05/24/2019

I know that it is a holiday weekend and that many people will be away. However, if you are in town this Shabbat, I encourage you to join us on Shabbat morning.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 05/17/2019

It is graduation season. If you have a graduate in your family or if you plan to attend a graduation in the coming days, I wish you Mazal Tov. Graduations are significant moments in the lives of both the graduate and the members of the family.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 04/05/2019

I had a teacher who once said among the most important qualities every Jew needs to do is be a story teller. Think about how many of our traditions are about telling stories - Jewish history, the weekly Torah Reading, holiday observances and so much more.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/29/2019

This past week, I attended the AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington DC. It was a powerful time to be in Washington, especially in light of some major news stories.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/22/2019

On Saturday night, I am heading to Washington DC to be a part of the AIPAC National Policy Conference as I do every year, but this year things feel different.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/15/2019

Our hearts go out today to our Muslim friends who are experiencing tragedy once again with the attack on the mosque in New Zealand. Nearly 50 people have lost their lives and so many people are feeling the emotional pain and devastation of the attack.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/12/2019

I am very concerned about the rise of anti-Semitism in our country including all of the major news stories related to anti-Semitic statements made by public officials.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/01/2019

There is a well-known verse found in the Book of Deuteronomy that has been on my mind a great deal this week. Tzedek Tzedek Tirdof - Justice, Justice shall you pursue.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 02/22/2019

My daughter Dena is in twelfth grade at the Golda Och Academy, the Jewish Day School in West Orange NJ. This past week, she and her classmates completed all of the school work for the year and departed for a three month experience in Israel.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 02/15/2019

This weekend a group of students and teachers of our Hebrew High School program are in New Orleans, LA as part of our Siyyum Tichon Community Service Trip.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 02/01/2019

I received a very nice message yesterday morning from a thoughtful member of the congregation. In light of the terrible cold, she wanted to know if we had a way of checking in on members of our congregation who may have specific challenges because of the weather.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 01/25/2019

Years ago, I worked in the national office of a Jewish youth organization overseeing a summer travel program and many other educational endeavors. One program brought together over 1,000 Jewish teens in a major city for a week over Winter break.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 01/18/2019

I remember years ago when one of my Rabbinic mentors said that music can touch the heart more so than the spoken word. I can think of countless times in my life when I know that to be true.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 01/11/2019

I am struggling with the increase of hate speech in world. I know the power of speech and how words can build up and how words can destroy. I understand the freedoms and rights we have as Americans, but I also know the obligations we have as Jews.
 

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 12/21/2018

I want to share with you the plans for tomorrow morning's service in the hope that you will join us. As much as we love to celebrate with our Bar and Bat Mitzvah families, I find the weeks when there is no Bar or Bat Mitzvah allows me to be a bit more creative.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 12/14/2018

I really enjoy the time I spend with small study groups. I am currently leading a few different groups of adults that come together, mostly once a month, to read a text together and share our own thoughts and responses to the text.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 11/30/2018

For the past 30 years a group of women have gathered at the Kotel to pray every month on Rosh Chodesh. This group, Women of the Wall, organizes this service every month on Rosh Chodesh to honor the connection women have to this minor holiday and to come together to pray, read from the Torah, sing, dance and celebrate together.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 11/16/2018

Many of us have been focused this week on the devastating news of the fires in California. It is so hard to believe the devastation, the loss of life, the homes destroyed, the stories of entire towns wiped out and so much more.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 11/09/2018

As a sports fan, I am intrigued by something that I notice now when I watch NFL Football games. In addition to watching the game and rooting for my team, I notice that the player's uniforms and other things around the stadium have a connection to a monthly theme.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 11/02/2018

I admit to you that I have been walking around in a bit of a cloud this week. It has been so hard to accept the news of the shooting at Congregation Tree of Life in Pittsburgh last Shabbat.

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Rabbi's Remarks at the Community Prayer Service held at Nassau Presbyterian Church on Sunday, October 28
Posted by The Jewish Center on 11/02/2018

On behalf of The Jewish Center of Princeton, our President Linda Meisel and the lay leadership and staff, the multi-generational Jewish community in Princeton and beyond Princeton, we are grateful to be here.
 

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A Special Message from Rabbi Adam Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 10/30/2018

It has been such a difficult few days as we all watch the news stories and reactions to the attack on the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.

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Message from Rabbi Feldman in Response to the Events in Pittsburgh
Posted by The Jewish Center on 10/28/2018

All of us have such a heavy heart tonight as we learn more about the horrendous attack on the synagogue in Pittsburgh.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 05/25/2018

It is said that when we do the mitzvah of Bikur Cholim, visiting someone who is ill, we take away 1/60th of their illness.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 05/18/2018

I had a very powerful experience yesterday that took me a bit off guard. I attended the Commencement ceremonies at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 05/11/2018

In my 13 years in Princeton, working alongside clergy members from other religious traditions, I have learned many lessons. There is one in particular that I want to share with you today.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 04/27/2018

We Jews have a thing about counting. There are times when we need to count and there are times when we should not count. We need to count people to make sure we have ten for a minyan.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 04/20/2018

I have said many times that singing is much more emotional than speaking - music can touch the heart much more deeply than the spoken word.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 04/13/2018

This Shabbat is a unique time in the Jewish Calendar - it is the Shabbat between Yom HaShoah and Yom HaAtzmaut. It is the Shabbat between Holocaust Remembrance Day and the Israel's Independence Day.

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Passover Ideas for your Seder from Rabbi Adam Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/30/2018

Every year I am asked for new ideas for activities and discussions at the Seder. Some good Haggadot include some ideas.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/23/2018

As we prepare for Shabbat and continue to think about our Passover Seders that will begin one week from tonight, I want to share a text with you that could spark a good conversation around your Seder table.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/16/2018

I am proud of our young people and I am impressed that teenagers across the country organized rallies and walkouts in their schools to demonstrate their views on the increasing level of gun violence in America today.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/14/2018

I hope that everyone is okay after the storm. I know that many people were affected by the storm; some people had trouble driving, some people lost power, some people were stuck inside their homes for a few days.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 03/02/2018

As I read all of the stories of the Superbowl and I listened to many interviews with the players and coaches after the game, I discovered an inspiring story.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 02/23/2018

Ever since the news of the shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, I have been feeling at a loss for words.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 02/09/2018

As I read all of the stories of the Superbowl and I listened to many interviews with the players and coaches after the game, I discovered an inspiring story.

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Adam Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 01/26/2018

This Shabat is Shabbat Shirah because during our Torah Reading tomorrow morning, we will read the Song of the Sea...

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This past Monday, I attended the Princeton Community Interfaith Service celebrating the life and legacy of The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the First Baptist Church of Princeton...

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Adam Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 01/12/2018


My mother in law recently shared an online article with her children that contained a lot of wisdom...

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Erev Shabbat Message from Rabbi Feldman
Posted by The Jewish Center on 01/05/2018


Recently, a Rabbinic colleague and I debated about whether it is okay for US Rabbis to criticize Israel from the bimah. We agreed we have the right to do that but it must be factual and respectful...

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