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Rabbi Schulman's Sermons

We have posted all of Rabbi Schulman's High Holy Days sermons from the past seven years. Please click the word "Sermons" in the "Search By Tags" section below to view them. 

April 25, 2014

Last Shabbat evening took place during the festival of Pesach. I enjoy including special holiday songs and melodies as additions to our customary Shabbat prayers. Our prayer book, MishkanT’filah, contains a number of Pesach songs, so before the service I chose two of t...

April 18, 2014

A dear friend of mine once sent me an amusing article about Gefilte fish. Though the author is unknown, his or her peculiar point of view bespeaks a wisdom earned over years of keen observation:


"Many times I have been upset by people who seem to think that Gefilte fis...

April 11, 2014

The Passover Seder is a ritual that has evolved enormously over the course of thousands of years. Some facets of Pesach are very ancient, dating back to the exodus. All of us know that we are commanded to eat matzah because our ancestors left the Egypt in great haste.



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