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Rabbi Ron Shulman

Rabbi Ron Shulman

I came to Chizuk Amuno Congregation in July 2004 to serve as this synagogue community’s seventh Senior Rabbi. Teaching is the rabbinic role I find most enjoyable. Celebrating and observing the sacred, personal moments...

Latest Blog Post - September 25, 2016

What will be New about My Prayer During the High Holy Days?

Perspective. In addition to my best intentions to improve and grow, beyond remembering my hopes and understanding my concerns, this year I add perspective to my personal prayer during the High Holy Days. I want to think about my place in a large and vast world. A world all too often filled with events that disturb me and attitudes that confound me. New about my prayer this sacred season will be my attempt to see my life...

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Recent Sermons

History or Memory?

Shabbat Devarim-Hazon 5776

I returned to my roots last week. Robin and I traveled...

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“I Am What I Do” (Reflections following Orlando)

Shabbat Naso 5776

We have a question. After the horror in Orlando we have many questions...

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Rabbi Deborah Wechsler

Rabbi Deborah Wechsler

Rabbi Wechsler has touched the lives of many members of our community through her intellect, warmth, compassion and commitment to the ideals of Conservative Judaism. As the first woman to serve as rabbi of Chizuk Amuno...

Latest Blog Post - August 17, 2016

Beginnings

As the summer soon draws to a close, and a new school year and new Jewish year are soon to begin, here are six thoughts from different people on the nature of beginnings. Share the questions with your family or use them at your Shabbat or holiday table to inspire meaningful discussion about the nuances of the year past and year to come. All beginnings are difficult. Mechilta de Rabbi Yishmael Why is it that beginnings...

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Recent Sermons

The Met Mitzvah

 

It was the last week of August in 2010. School was back in session, Labor Day...

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Mountains and Laws

In the past month there have been many mountains at Chizuk Amuno, most of them having...

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