Rabbi Mark S. Golub leads his congregation in the memorial service, martyrology and closing service of Yom Kippur. From the services of Chavurat Aytz Chayim and Chavurat Deevray Torah in Connecticut.

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Inspired by Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway musical “‎Hamilton,” JBS President Rabbi Mark S. Golub surprises his CT congregation with a prayer in rap to end Erev Rosh Hashanah Services. CLICK DOWN ARROW BELOW TO SEE LYRICS: ****** At Westhill High Rosh HaShanah Eve To greet the Year – I do believe We’ve come together to relieve Anxiety In […]

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Rabbis discuss how they feel about the High Holidays and the messages they feel are relevant for the Days of Awe. With rabbis Mitchell Wohlberg , Rachel Ain and Steve Gutow . L’Chayim Round Table with Mark S. Golub

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Rabbi Mark S. Golub delivers thoughts on the importance of tzedakah and the importance of support for, and thoughtful and open discussion about the State of Israel.

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Rabbi Mark S. Golub delivers thoughts on the importance of tzedakah and the importance of support for, and thoughtful and open discussion about the State of Israel.

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Rabbi Mark S. Golub of Chavurot Aytz Chayim and Deevray Torah and Connecticut with thoughts to begin the Jewish New Year, 5776, on the importance of protecting those we love against loneliness.

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Rabbi Mark S. Golub of Chavurot Aytz Chayim and Deevray Torah in Connecticut illuminates the wisdom of the Akedah story — The Binding of Isaac — read every Rosh Hashanah.

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From the Academy for Jewish Religion’s 2015 Sacred Arts Summer Conference, artists reflect on how art can illustrate and enhance High Holiday texts. With Rabbi Jill Hammer , Hazzan Michael Kasper and rabbinic student Bronwen Mullin.

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Rabbi Mark S. Golub gives a d’rash on the lessons we can learn from the “Akedah” Torah portion, the Binding of Isaac, on Rosh Hashanah morning.

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Rabbi Mark S. Golub offers some reflections on the meaning of the Kol Nidre Prayer in preparation for the three-fold chant that begins Yom Kippur. From the High Holiday services of Chavurot Aytz Chayim and Deevray Torah in Connecticut.

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