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Hear sermons, conversations, and select programs from Rabbi Cosgrove and the entire Park Avenue Synagogue clergy team to help round out your day. Don’t forget to subscribe to get a notification for our next episode. Listen to live recorded sessions and feel like you’re there at PAS! Find more information at www.pasyn.org or follow us @parkavenuesyn.
 
Podcast of sermons by Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch, senior rabbi at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue in New York City. Rabbi Hirsch is recognized internationally for his leadership in Jewish affairs and was named by the New York Observer among “New York’s Most Influential Religious Leaders.” The coauthor of the acclaimed One People Two Worlds: A Reform Rabbi and an Orthodox Rabbi Explore the Issues that Divide Them, he previously served as executive director of the Association of Reform Zionists of America.
 
Rabbi Bruce L. Cohen's explanatory readings from the Torah and sermons, given at Congregation Beth El of Manhattan - a Conservative Two-Testament (“Messianic”) Jewish synagouge in the Upper East Side of New York City, where Jewish people and "People of Calling" (not born Jewish), and interfaith couples come together in Manhattan ince 1993 to observe Two-Testament Judaism. For more information visit www.bethelnyc.org, or if you're in New York come to one of our Saturday morning services.
 
Welcome to the Liberal Jewish Synagogue Podcast! We are a central London synagogue and an inclusive, egalitarian community for all ages. Together we explore Jewish traditions, texts and values and apply them to the realities of the 21st Century. Please visit www.ljs.org and get in touch to learn how to get involved
 
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As Rabbi Wolpe prepares to retire after serving as Rabbi of Los Angeles’ Sinai Temple for 25 years, he and Rabbi Cosgrove engage in dialogue reflecting on his rabbinic career. For more Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove, follow @Elliot_Cosgrove on Instagram and Facebook. Want to stay connected with PAS? Follow us @ParkAvenueSyn on all platforms, and check out w…
 
Greatness in the world is defined by status, wealth, fame, power. Yeshua turns greatness on its head. To be great in His Kingdom, we must be the least. This message is for those that struggle with jealousy of those who seemingly have more than you.Από τον info@mishkahndavid.org (Rabbi Brian Samuel)
 
How do we support Israel when we object to the actions of its government? Rabbi Cosgrove proposes that our support is essential now more than ever before, advising that we must uphold and assist ventures that work toward establishing an Israel that reflects our values. For more Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove, follow @Elliot_Cosgrove on Instagram and Faceboo…
 
Parshat Va'era: Pilate asked Yeshua the poignant question, "What is Truth?" Many people have their own truths, and there are truths we experience in our lives. But is there a Truth higher than our personal truths?Από τον info@mishkahndavid.org (Rabbi Brian Samuel)
 
How does the legacy of Heschel speak to us today? On the 50th yahrtzeit of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, Rabbi Cosgrove calls upon us to honor his values and to do our share to redeem the world. For more Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove, follow @Elliot_Cosgrove on Instagram and Facebook. Want to stay connected with PAS? Follow us @ParkAvenueSyn on all platfor…
 
As we approach the yahrtzeit of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, Rabbi Cosgrove sits down with the founder of The Heschel School, Peter A. Geffen. Geffen shares the Rabbi’s impact on his approach to education, and how this unique relationship led him to play a role in the funeral of Martin Luther King, Jr. For more Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove, follow @Ellio…
 
On this week’s podcast, Rabbi Cosgrove speaks with Becky Diamond, a PAS member and award-winning journalist whose work has taken her from war zones in Iraq and Afghanistan, to traversing the US to report on presidential politics. Listen as she shares insights on venturing outside of your comfort zone, and how hardships can help us build new interna…
 
Parshat Vayigash: In the middle of the story of Joseph is the story of a man named "Praise", Judah. Judah descends into sin, but God uses his fallen state to effect deliverance for Israel and activate his calling to be the forebearer of the Lion of Judah.Από τον info@mishkahndavid.org (Rabbi Brian Samuel)
 
How will we react to the seismic rightward shift in the Israeli government following last month’s election? Rabbi Cosgrove enjoins us that while our love and support of Israel must not waver, we must openly discuss our concerns for the sake of the future unity of the Jewish people. For more Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove, follow @Elliot_Cosgrove on Instagra…
 
As Benjamin Netanyahu is forming his government in Israel, Rabbi Cosgrove and professor and author Shaul Magid, Distinguished Fellow in Jewish Studies at Dartmouth College, discuss the impact of Meir Kahane on Israeli politics, some 32 years after his murder. For more Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove, follow @Elliot_Cosgrove on Instagram and Facebook. Want to…
 
Parshat Vayishlach: Jacob contrived multiple plans to escape the wrath of his brother Esau. But when he encountered Esau, something happened that he didn't expect. Esau had a heart change, and hugged and kissed him. We have our plans, and we devise ways out of our difficult circumstances. But God is the God of Surprises, and He is able to do exceed…
 
As the country awaits the outcome of the Georgia Senate runoff election, listen as Rabbi Cosgrove discusses the state of election and voting rights laws, with Neil Steiner, a PAS member and the recipient of the American Bar Association’s top Pro Bono award. For more Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove, follow @Elliot_Cosgrove on Instagram and Facebook. Want to s…
 
Parshat Vayetze: Leah had weak eyes. Rachel was attractive. These are examples of labels that people put on us, which we can spend our lives trying to tear off. Yeshua wants to remove the labels of limitation that were placed on us and stick them to the cross of Messiah, where they belong.Από τον info@mishkahndavid.org (Rabbi Brian Samuel)
 
Listen as Rabbi Cosgrove discusses cutting edge issues in sports (and a little Judaism) with HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel correspondent Jon Frankel, a longtime member of Park Avenue Synagogue. For more Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove, follow @Elliot_Cosgrove on Instagram and Facebook. Want to stay connected with PAS? Follow us @ParkAvenueSyn on all p…
 
Sermon - Rabbi Cosgrove - November 19, 2022 Given the fact of interfaith marriages, what is the role and responsibility of the rabbi and the synagogue? Rabbi Cosgrove enjoins interfaith couples to learn about Judaism together and to take responsibility for their Jewish future. Stay connected with PAS! Follow us on all platforms @parkavenuesyn.…
 
Parshat Chayei Sarah: God never wants us to forget that death is not permanent in His Kingdom. This is why "sleeping" is used to describe death throughout the Bible. And when we're sleeping, we can be awakened.Από τον info@mishkahndavid.org (Rabbi Brian Samuel)
 
Sermon - Rabbi Zauzmer - November 12, 2022 Throughout history, we have seen Jews and non-Jews leave their homes in a rush. Rabbi Zauzmer explores the story of Lot's wife and why she looked back when she left the sinful city of Sodom. Is it dangerous to look back on our past or can we gain something beneficial? Stay connected with PAS! Follow us on …
 
Sermon - Rabbi Cosgrove - November 5, 2022 Why should we care about the antisemitic tweets from Kanye, Kyrie, and others? Rabbi Cosgrove explains that hate-filled rhetoric always leads to violence and calls on us to fight antisemitism by every means we have available. Stay connected with PAS! Follow us on all platforms @parkavenuesyn.…
 
Yeshua said that if we don't receive the Kingdom as children, we will not enter in. We encourage our natural children to eventually leave father and mother, and find their own way. With our Father in heaven, we should never lose our child-like dependence on Him.Από τον info@mishkahndavid.org (Rabbi Brian Samuel)
 
Sermon - Rabbi Cosgrove - October 29, 2022 Is it good to regret? The Hebrew word naham can mean to regret, to repent, and also to comfort. Rabbi Cosgrove explains how the relationship between these apparently contradictory meanings allows us to learn and to benefit from our mistakes. Stay connected with PAS! Follow us on all platforms @parkavenuesy…
 
As Israelis head back to the polls on November 1 for the fifth time in three years, David Halperin, CEO of Israel Policy Forum, and Rabbi Cosgrove discuss who the key players are, what to look out for in this round of voting, and what’s at stake. Stay connected with PAS! Follow us on all platforms @parkavenuesyn.…
 
The Soviet author Vasily Grossman imagined a final letter from his mother before her death in the Berdichev Ghetto; he also continued writing to her after her death. Rabbi Cosgrove invites us to imagine the letters our loved ones might have written to us and what we would write ourselves. Stay connected with PAS! Follow us on all platforms @parkave…
 
The moment of Yizkor makes us aware of the finite and indefinite length of our lives. Rabbi Cosgrove encourages us not only to remember our debts to those who have gone before but also to recognize our responsibility to those who will follow us and will, in time, remember us. Stay connected with PAS! Follow us on all platforms @parkavenuesyn.…
 
Drawing parallels between Moses and successful modern leaders, Rabbi Cosgrove finds that Moses exemplifies all the qualities of a great leader, especially the ultimate measure of success: that one’s values endure far beyond one’s own lifetime. Stay connected with PAS! Follow us on all platforms @parkavenuesyn.…
 
While we hope for long life, we fear the inevitable losses of old age; most of all, we fear becoming irrelevant. Rabbi Cosgrove charges us with revering our elders, not only by caring for their physical and social needs, but above all, by maintaining their values in our own lives. Stay connected with PAS! Follow us on all platforms @parkavenuesyn.…
 
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