Yom Kippur Reflection by Scott and Rose Gelfand

Posted by on Dec 1, 2016 in High Holy Days, High Holyday Sermons | No Comments

Scott: Good morning everyone and happy New Year. I am deeply honored to be here, along with my daughter Rose, and also eternally grateful to Kehilla for creating a sanctuary […]

Rosh Hashanah Sermon by Rabbi Avi Rose

During the past year, I along with all of us, have been immersed in images of people fleeing, escaping war and persecution, crowding into barely habitable places where they aren’t […]

Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur Service Tickets

Posted by on Oct 11, 2016 in High Holy Days | No Comments

Tickets are available for all services and can be purchased at the door. The cost for both Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur services is $180 total for the two services. […]

Service leaders High Holy Days 2016/5777

Posted by on Sep 30, 2016 in High Holy Days | No Comments

Erev Rosh Hashanah Rabbi Dev leads service and gives the sermon Rabbi Burt leads a meditation   Rosh Hashanah Morning: Howard Hamburger leads Avi Rose gives sermon Rabbi David leads […]

High Holy Days Sermons 5776/2015

Posted by on Oct 15, 2015 in Announcements, High Holy Days | No Comments

Our High Holy Day Sermons are now available to read online: Erev Rosh Hashanah Sermon by Rabbi Dev Noily: Standing Together, Right Smack in the Middle of the Torah Rosh Hashanah […]

Kehilla High Holy Days Family & Child Offerings

Posted by on Sep 4, 2015 in Announcements, High Holy Days | No Comments

Family Services This year we’re offering two special services that are geared toward school-age kids, and that offer a path of spiritual practice for people of all ages. Our Rosh […]

Niggun Contemplation by Rabbi Burt Jacobson (High Holydays 2013/5774)

Good evening and L’shanah tova . . . This High Holy Day season we’ve been emphasizing the notion of teshuvah, the process of personal change and transformation. But teshuvah is […]

A Sermon for High Holydays by Rabbi Burt Jacobson (5774/2013)

The Ba’al Shem’s Teshuvah               As you probably know, the Hebrew concept of teshuvah has to do with personal and communal change and transformation. This afternoon I’d like to […]

A Sermon for Kol Nidre by Rabbi David J. Cooper (High Holydays 5774/2013)

Tzedakah, Right Conduct, and the Face of the Other Unetaneh Tokef, a prayer only said on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur morning is a really scary prayer. I remember almost […]

“Embracing Uncertainty: A Sermon for Kol Nidrey Night” by Rabbi David J. Cooper

The energy of attempt is greater than the surety of stasis Mary Oliver   In late June, I was in New York and I had my first opportunity to go […]