Rabbi David J. Cooper’s quest is to integrate spirituality and politics, theistic and atheistic, ritual and daily life, all within a spiritually diverse loving community. Serving as Community Rabbi since 1999, he was part of the original group that founded Kehilla with Rabbi Burt in the early 80’s. Blog | Sermons | Contact: email@example.com
My Current Thoughts Toward a Kehilla Resolution on the Occupation: Forum scheduled for Sunday, June 1
by Rabbi David J. Cooper Sometime during 2014, probably in the Fall, the Middle East Peace Committee is going
Why is it Such a Big Event that Peter Beinart will be at Kehilla this Sunday besides that it’s important and free?
by Rabbi David J. Cooper It was like when Walter Cronkite came out against the war in Vietnam, at least
by Rabbi David J. Cooper You know, for us, Kehilla is just our local community, and it’s just who we