Rabbi Mark S. Golub leads his congregation in the memorial service, martyrology and closing service of Yom Kippur. 2018

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Rabbi Mark S. Golub discusses the importance of staying connected to the Jewish Family, through Federation and support of Israel. 2018

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Rabbi Mark S. Golub explores the notion of “choosing life” as it relates to midrash for the Torah portion “Atem Nitzavim”, honoring the memory of loved ones and being there for those you care about.

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Rabbi Mark S. Golub sets the tone for the Kol Nidre prayer with reflections on the importance of memory, and the I-Thou relationship. 2018

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All of us at JBS wish all of you  a most healthy and sweet Jewish New Year 5779.

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Rabbi Mark S. Golub discusses the Akedah – the Binding of Isaac — in the context of the notion of the still small voice and the I-Thou relationship that we are to consider during the holiday.  2018

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Rabbi Mark S. Golub reveals this year’s high holiday “symbol” — the dash —  representing the still small voice inside each of us, that is so critical for us to think about during the holiday. 2018

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Rabbi Mark S. Golub discusses Jewish values and Jewish community for Yom Kippur Morning. From Chavurot Aytz Chayim and Deevray Torah, Connecticut.

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Rabbi Mark S. Golub explores notions of chesded and doing acts of loving kindness as it relates honoring the memory of loved ones and being there for others. From Chavurot Aytz Chayim and Deevray Torah, Connecticut.

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Rabbi Mark S. Golub introduces the Kol Nidre prayer with thoughts on g’milut chasadim, ‘acts of lovingkindness’. From Chavurot Aytz Chayim and Deevray Torah, Connecticut.

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