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CRC Rabbi Search
We have initiated the process of adding a third Rabbi to our Rabbinic team. We have learned from our history that the pastoral, life-cycle events, religious holidays, and education needs of our 800+ household congregation is best served by three Rabbis. Over the past several years, we’ve enjoyed the additional support of Rabbi Ed Harris, who served in a Rabbinic role part-time until 2014, and Rabbi Educator Deana Sussman, who in 2016 assumed the role of Assistant Rabbi at Temple Israel in Omaha, Nebraska.
Scott Levine, President of the CRC Board of Directors, has directed CRC’s vice presidents of Leadership and Visioning, Leenie Becker and Janet Rodgers, to form a search committee in the next few months. This committee will evaluate the needs of our membership, Rabbis Susan and Randy, the board and staff. The goal will be to begin interviewing candidates late summer and early fall 2017 for
placement in 2018. If you are interested in serving on this committee, please e-mail Leenie at firstname.lastname@example.org or Janet at email@example.com.
This will be a class in the ‘aural’ tradition! Listen to and study contemporary songs (by artists who appeal to a mainstream audience and whose work is largely secular) that address Judaism directly by singer-songwriters such as Bob Dylan, Peter Himmelman, and Leonard Cohen; and others that address general spirituality by musicians such as U2, Van
Morrison, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Marley, and Michael Franti. If you couldn’t tell by the musical selections, the class will be taught by Rabbi Randy. On Tuesday, March 21st, a class on Jewish Music will be offered by a guest teacher, CRC member Stan Misler.
All are welcome who want to question and explore.
What is so very amazing about this time? Who were the main players? What were the issues? Who won? Why did they win? Who lost?Why did they lose? What were the issues at the end of BCE that influenced CE? What took the place of the 2nd Temple? Who was Jesus? What did he do? What didn’t he do? Why? What was Messiah to the people of the time? Why did they want one? Why did they pick the one they picked? What does all or any of this mean to us today
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