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: firstname.lastname@example.org
By Rabbi David J. Cooper [NOTE: “Between Two Worlds” will be shown at Kehilla on Saturday, January 25, 7pm.] Again?
By Rabbi David Last night, I saw Rabbi Arik Asherman, the Israeli-American head of Rabbis for Human Rights, speak at
by Rabbi David J. Cooper Some say it won’t happen again for thousands of years—that the first light of Chanukah