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Rabbi's Week In Review - 12/13/2022

12/13/2022 01:02:35 PM


I am looking forward this week, with great anticipation, to renewing our traditional Congregation Kol Ami Chanukah celebration. This has always been a special time for us when we all light our Chanukah menorahs together.  

A special shout-out to Roberta Solomon, who, in my first year with Kol Ami, set me up for storytelling — with an easy chair, a lamp and my cardigan sweater. It is that kind of creative thought that has helped set our congregation apart and made us a special community.

With Covid the last couple of years, we have missed being together. This has been true for missed opportunities year-round, but particularly for the Kol Ami traditions we have missed. If you have never experienced a Kol Ami Chanukah celebration, please join us this coming Sunday, at 5:30 p.m. at All Souls.

On a different topic, many of you have said you will be submitting your “questions for the rabbi,” which will set a course for our time studying together in the year to come. So far, only one congregant has come through. Get those questions emailed to me (! I can’t wait to see what we will get to study together.

Sun, February 5 2023 14 Shevat 5783