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Religious Courage to Rejoice

Posted on October 2, 2019

This message on “If Not Now, When?” the interactive blog of Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple is from Rabbi Andi Berlin, guest rabbi for the Fairmount Temple clergy team, shared on Erev Rosh Hashanah, 2019. We encourage you to comment below or to share the link to this sermon on social media such as Twitter or Continue Reading »

The Holiness of Asking for Help

Posted on October 2, 2019

This message on “If Not Now, When?” the interactive blog of Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple is from Rabbi Andi Berlin, guest rabbi for the Fairmount Temple clergy team, shared on Rosh Hashanah morning, 2019. We encourage you to comment below or to share the link to this sermon on social media such as Twitter or Continue Reading »

Two Truths and a Lie

Posted on October 2, 2019

This post on If Not Now, When?, the interactive blog of Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple, is the sermon shared by Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk on Rosh Hashanah morning, 2019.  We encourage you to share comments below, or to post the link to this post on social media such as Facebook or Twitter, or to share with others by email, Continue Reading »

Torah is your heritage. It belongs to you.

Posted on October 2, 2019

This post on If Not Now, When?, the interactive blog of Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple, is the sermon shared by Cantor Sarah Sager on Rosh Hashanah, 2019.  We encourage you to share comments below, or to post the link to this post on social media such as Facebook or Twitter, or to share with others by email, to Continue Reading »

My Experiences on the International March of the Living – Max Alter

Posted on October 23, 2018

This message on “If Not Now, When?,” the interactive blog of Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple, was shared by our recent Religious School graduate, Max Alter, at our Aug. 3 Shabbat Atid Service.  We encourage you to comment below or to share the link on social media to continue the important conversation it engenders. On April 12, Continue Reading »

Jews Don’t Believe in Unbelievable

Posted on September 20, 2018

This post on If Not Now, When?, the interactive blog of Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple, is the sermon shared by Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk on Kol Nidre, 2018.  We encourage you to share comments below, or to post the link to this post on social media such as Facebook or Twitter, or to share with others by email, to Continue Reading »

Doing What We Must Do About #metoo

Posted on September 13, 2018

This post on If Not Now, When?, the interactive blog of Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple, is the sermon shared by Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk on Rosh Hashanah, 2018.  We encourage you to share comments below, or to post the link to this post on social media such as Facebook or Twitter, or to share with others by Continue Reading »

Beyond the Bounds: Reclaiming Civility in Troubling Times

Posted on September 12, 2018

This post on “If Not Now, When?” the interactive blog of Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple, is the sermon shared by Rabbi Joshua Caruso on Rosh Hashanah, 2018.  We encourage you to share comments below, or to post the link to this post on social media such as Facebook or Twitter, or to share with others by Continue Reading »

The Face of Hatred: Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk on Rosh Hashanah Morning, September 21, 2017

Posted on September 21, 2017

This post on “If Not Now, When?” the interactive blog of Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple is excerpted from the Rosh Hashanah Morning Sermon shared by Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk on Thursday, September 21, 2017. We encourage you to add comments below and to share a link to this post on social media such as Facebook or Continue Reading »

Like Candlewicks Waiting To Be Lit – Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk on Yom Hashoah – April 23, 2017

Posted on April 23, 2017

This post on “If Not Now, When?” the interactive blog of Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple is excerpted from the keynote address shared by Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk, Senior Rabbi, Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple at the Yom HaShoah V’Hagevurah service for the Jewish community of Cleveland, Sunday, April 23, 2017. We encourage you to share comments below Continue Reading »