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Rabbis Share Sneak Previews of Holy Days Messages

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September 6, 2018

Ahead of the High Holy Days, the Journal reached out to local area rabbis to ask them what themes they would be embracing in their Rosh Hashanah sermons for 5779 and what they’d like their communities to focus on in the coming year.

Click on the names to read their excerpts.

Rabbi Stan Levy and Rabbi Laura Owens
B’nai Horin

Rabbi Denise Eger
Congregation Kol Ami

Rabbi Mordecai Finley
Ohr HaTorah

Rabbi Moshe D. Bryski
Chabad of the Conejo

Rabbi Lori Shapiro
The Open Temple

Rabbi Adam Kligfeld
Temple Beth Am

Rabbi Gabriel Botnick
Mishkon Tephilo

Rabbi Jason Weiner
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Rabbi Stewart L. Vogel
Temple Aliyah, Woodland Hills

Rabbi Nicole Guzik
Sinai Temple

Rabbi Mark Borovitz
Beit T’Shuvah

Rabbi Richard Camras
Shomrei Torah, West Hills

Rabbi David Woznica
Rabbi Isaiah Zeldin Rabbinic Chair
Stephen Wise Temple

Rabbi Dennis Linson
Temple Judea of Laguna Hills

The Rabbis of Adat Ari El

Rabbi Michelle Missaghieh
Temple Israel of Hollywood

Rabbi Zach Shapiro
Temple Akiba of Culver City

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