"As we approach the Jewish High Holy Days (they begin the evening of September 29), I suggest that we use this time to look in our minds and hearts for the means of atonement, not just with the Creator, but with each other. The ideas that I will discuss may have a Jewish basis, but they can serve all people regardless of faith traditions. The power is within the individual if we but know how to access it."
As he neared retirement from a federal career, Stan Levin studied and was ordained a rabbi. He served the Jewish congregations at Riderwood Retirement Community in Silver Spring and Hevrat Shalom Congregation in Rockville until his retirement this year. He continues to lecture on films, including at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Johns Hopkins University in Rockville.
Special music by guest musician Jake Sizemore.
Summer RE—Children rising to K-6th grade will gather in Room 52 for "Summer Prayground". Youth rising to 7th-12th grade will attend worship in the Sanctuary. Nursery care for infants–3-year-olds is available during the entire service downstairs in Room 53.
Rabbi Stan Levin, Guest Preacher
Sunday, August 4, 2019