Your Jewish Home in the Hamptons….

Uniquely moving High Holiday Day services
led by Rabbi Jan Uhrbach with
Rabbi Michael Boino and JTS Cantorial Student Anna Silverman.

 
Listen to Rabbi Uhrbach’s 2017 High Holy Day Teachings:
 




For continued learning:

A wonderful book on the connection between personal teshuvah and social activism:
David Jaffe, Changing the World from the Inside Out – A Jewish Approach to Personal and Social Change (Trumpeter Press: Boulder, 2016)

The essay referenced in Rabbi Uhrbach’s 1st day teaching, by Rev. Dr. Rebecca Parker, Not Somewhere Else But Here (excerpted from an essay originally published in Soul Work: Anti-Racist Theologies in Dialogue, eds. Marjorie Bowens-Wheatley and Nancy Palmer Jones, 171-98. Boston: Skinner House Books, 2003), is available here.  We recommend also Adrienne Rich’s poem, “What Kind of Times are These” (1995), and Bertolt Brecht’s poem, “To Those Who Follow in Our Wake” (1939).

For those interested in further educating themselves on issues of race in America, here is a wonderful curriculum prepared by Rev. Lisa D. Jenkins, McCormick Theological Seminary. Rabbi Uhrbach also recommends the film, I Am Not Your Negro.

Listen to last year’s teachings and sample some of our High Holiday music.
Join us each week for
beautiful, meaningful, inspiring and completely egalitarian
Shabbat  services led by Rabbi Jan Uhrbach

Read Rabbi Uhrbach’s response to Charlottesville

 
Siddur Lev Shalem

OUR PRAYERBOOK!
by Rabbi Ed Feld (Sr. Editor) and our own Rabbi Jan Uhrbach (Assoc. Editor)

Published by the Rabbinical Assembly of the Conservative Movement

Listen to Rabbis Feld and Uhrbach in conversation with JTS Chancellor Arnie Eisen about the book:  Open Book Open Heart at JTS