When the High Holy Days arrive in just a couple of weeks, the prayers, translations, meditations and poetry found in Mishkan HaNefesh, our new machzor (High Holy Day prayer book), will encourage us to consider the themes of the Holy Days personally, in the context of our day. It is, as the editors continue to say, a machzor for our generation. It is not too late to order your copy here! Gates of Repentance, the red-covered machzor that many of us have tucked away on our home library shelves, served this same purpose for our Reform movement for nearly two generations %u2013 since 1978, when it was published.
One of the hallmarks of a strong congregation is a %u201CCulture of Giving.%u201D We%u2019re not quite there as a congregation yet. We have the opportunity to move into that exalted category of being a strong congregation through a %u201CCulture of Giving,%u201D but it%u2019s going to require a stronger financial commitment from all our members over the next few years. How can we help Rabbi Lewis to be successful through our financial commitment to our own congregation?
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