Author Archives: Rabbi Lieberman

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  • Shelter from the storm….

    Posted ‍‍כה אלול ה תשעז - September 16, 2017 By in Rabbi's Thoughts With | Comments Off

    We creep to our bed, and its straw mattress. We wait; we listen. The storm lulls off, then redoubles, Bending the trees half-way down to the ground, Shaking loose the last wizened oranges in the orchard, Flattening the limber carnations. A spider eases himself down from a swaying light-bulb, Running over the coverlet, down under …

  • Supporting the Falmouth Service Center

    Posted ‍‍יד אלול ה תשעז - September 5, 2017 By in Rabbi's Thoughts With | Comments Off

    A new year frequently brings change, sometimes welcome, sometimes less so. As the new Jewish year 5,778 approaches we have learned of a change that will impact an institution near and dear to the hearts of our congregation and to thousands of people on the Upper Cape and beyond…the Falmouth Service Center. Some background: the …

  • Jewish Ways to help After Hurricane Harvey

    Posted ‍‍ח אלול ה תשעז - August 30, 2017 By in Latest News, Special Event With | Comments Off 170828064026-62-hurricane-harvey-0826-super-169

    The following link provides helpful suggestions as to how we might respond, as members of Jewish communities, to the devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey: http://reformjudaism.org/blog/2017/08/28/4-jewish-ways-help-after-hurricane-harvey

  • Open House!

    Posted ‍‍ד אב ה תשעז - July 27, 2017 By in Special Event, Uncategorized With | Comments Off download

    If you missed the Open House…. Please contact us to learn more about this vibrant congregation! We’d be happy to speak with you or send you information; we can also explore the possibility of your attending our beautiful High Holy Days services.

  • Boomer Shabbat (and the Prayer of Exuberance!)

    Posted ‍‍כה סיון ה תשעז - June 19, 2017 By in Rabbi's Thoughts, Uncategorized With | Comments Off

    Jewish tradition identifies three basic categories of prayer: petitionary, thanksgiving and awe. (Someone suggested that these three categories might be better identified as “Gimme, Thanks & Wow!”) I’d like to suggest a fourth prayer category, one that I call “Exuberance”. For me, prayers of exuberance are always wrapped up with music and singing. While the …

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