5782/2021 High Holy Day Sermons + Recordings

5782/2021 – Sacred Space Is Everywhere – Click To Discover!

 

 

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In a time of turmoil, uncertainty and fierce polarization, we believe that religious communities must reemerge as voices of moral courage, sources of spiritual strength and first responders to injustice, inequality and indifference. IKAR is working to reanimate Jewish life, to reengage text and tradition not only so that we find personal meaning and connection, but also to help us decipher what it means to be a human being in the world today.

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Register/Renew Your Membership

IKAR is fueled by the love, talent, and creative investment of each of our community members. Our membership is an expression of individual commitments and a way for each person to expand their Jewish horizons through learning and spiritual growth.

 

Registering for or renewing your membership is a statement of your commitment to joining a community of meaning and spirit and working together to build a more just and loving society. Join us or renew your membership and connect to something bigger as we build a vibrant, inclusive, and meaningful Jewish community together.

 

Being an IKAR member means you believe in the work of the organization, you want to stand on the same side of history, and you believe that holding each other is an act of love.  Find connection at IKAR and connect to something bigger by joining us or renewing your membership.

 

LEARN: Stretch your heart and mind in Jewish learning. MEET: Share in community building. ACT: Participate in Minyan Tzedek, our social justice initiative as we work toward the tikkun — (repair) of our city, our country, Israel, and the world.

IKAR is fueled by the love, talent, and creative investment of each of our community members. Our membership is an expression of individual commitments and a way for each person to expand their Jewish horizons through learning and spiritual growth.

 

Registering for or renewing your membership is a statement of your commitment to joining a community of meaning and spirit and working together to build a more just and loving society. Join us or renew your membership and connect to something bigger as we build a vibrant, inclusive, and meaningful Jewish community together.

 

Being an IKAR member means you believe in the work of the organization, you want to stand on the same side of history, and you believe that holding each other is an act of love.  Find connection at IKAR and connect to something bigger by joining us or renewing your membership.

 

LEARN: Stretch your heart and mind in Jewish learning. MEET: Share in community building. ACT: Participate in Minyan Tzedek, our social justice initiative as we work toward the tikkun — (repair) of our city, our country, Israel, and the world.

Minyan Tzedek Community Organizing

Minyan Tzedek Community Organizing: finding hope as we build a more just society. Rabbi Brous calls us to reclaim “the moral heart of our tradition.” We bring the IKAR community together to fight for social justice, inspired by Torah. Our focus in 5782 will on housing and homelessness and we want to know what your questions are. Click here to let us know.

Creating a Just Community: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

We addressed important topics including LGBTQ+ inclusion, Disability inclusion, Racial equity, and more. Watch recordings of exciting series with some incredible speakers. We’re grateful to the Lisa & Maury Friedman Foundation for sponsoring this series.

Click Here To Watch / Listen To The Series.

National Inaugural Prayer Service

R’ Brous blesses President Biden/VP Harris in the National Inaugural Prayer Service

“Give us strength, God, as we usher in the dawn of a new America, a justice-driven, multiracial democracy… A new America, built on love, rooted in justice and propelled by our moral imagination.”

 

Read/Watch Rabbi Brous’s full blessing.

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