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Author Archives: Individual Poet
On Friday, November 16, after more than 40 years of leading services at LJCC, Herb Friedson led his last Shabbat service. Many friends came out to honor Herb for a memorable night which included a poem read by Kansas Poet … Continue reading
The Jewish Community Women are sponsoring a 2nd edition of the delightful cookbook The Joy of Jewish Cooking, compiled and first published by The Jewish Community Women in 1969. Our objective is to provide inspiration, through the newly collected recipes, … Continue reading
Well, there are many shiny baubles in the chest this month, and a few tarnished ones as well. Let’s try one of each. One of the listings mentioned in the “Office” is membership, dues and donations. There is an effort … Continue reading
This summer I attended a Shiray Shabbat service at our congregation. I am a traditionalist; I want to hear services that pretty closely resemble the ones I remember from the dawn of the LJCC. I didn’t want to hear a … Continue reading
We are on the brink of a new year, individually, as a community, and as an organization. The question is what happens after we step over that brink. LJCC is on an upward trajectory, with a rabbi (!), a revitalized … Continue reading
The fall is the time of new beginnings. A new school year begins, with new clothes, new haircuts, and the excitement of new teachers and subjects. Sometimes, new rabbis join new communities. All of these things are exciting and engaging. … Continue reading