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Yom Kippur 2022/5783: Mitzvah Means Obligation

Kol Nidrei 2022/5783: Worthy: You Matter Just As You Are

Rosh Ha-Shanah Day Two 2022/5783: Disagreeing Better

Rosh Ha-Shanah Day One 2022/5783: The Spiral of Time

Yom Kippur 2021/5782: Shabbat & Rest: Do Less, Be More

Kol Nidrei 2021/5782: Human Diversity and Human Dignity

Rosh Ha-Shanah Day Two 2021/5782: Healing our Relationships around Israel

Rosh Ha-Shanah Day One 2021/5782: Healing our Relationship with the More-than-Human World

Erev Rosh Ha-Shanah 2021/5782: Tikkun - What Makes a Relationship Healthy?

Or Atid's Virtual Choir performs Ocho Kandelikas for Ḥanukkah!

Yom Kippur 2020/5781: The Joy of Letting Go

Kol Nidrei 2020/5781: What are We? Returning to Love

Rosh Ha-Shanah Day Two 2020/5781: Good Leadership is Good Learning

Rosh Ha-Shanah Day One 2020/5781: Ḥavruta is Life

Erev Rosh Ha-Shanah 2020/5781: The Optimism of Uncertainty

Or Atid's Virtual Choir performs VeYe'etayu (VeYitnu Lekha Keter Melukhah)

Video Announcement about High Holidays 5781

Text of Announcement about High Holidays 5781

FAQs about High Holidays 5781

May 13, 2020: Modeh Ani - Grateful Am I: Guided Meditation and Chant (Audio Recording)

Yom Kippur 2019/5780: Good Grief

Kol Nidrei 2019/5780: Failure Leads to Growth

Rosh Ha-Shanah Day Two 2019/5780: Rabbinic Judaism and Pluralism in Israel and the United States

Rosh Ha-Shanah Day One 2019/5780: Brave Judaism in a Rooted and Open Tent

Erev Rosh Ha-Shanah 2019/5780: Will the Real Tikkun Olam Please Stand Up?

Wayland Jewish Clergy respond to a hateful anti-Israel letter in the Wayland Town Crier

Rabbi Polisson's Installation Remarks on Sunday, November 4, 2018




Fri, February 3 2023 12 Shevat 5783