Fri, Sep 18 | Location is TBD

The best of the best‚ gleanings from five decades of teaching and preaching

There are three kinds of stories: “’Ha ha’ stories to amuse and entertain, ‘Ah ha’ stories for discovery of ideas and education, and ‘Ahhh’ stories, where the tales are sublime and connect the teller and listener with a golden thread” (Arthur Koestler).
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The best of the best‚ gleanings from five decades of teaching and preaching

Time & Location

Sep 18, 2020, 11:30 AM
Location is TBD

About the Event

Rabbi Pearce began his rabbinical studies in 1967 following graduation from CCNY with honors. He was ordained in 1972 at the New York Campus of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. He has been teaching, conducting worship, and delivering sermons for over 50 years and continues to do so as the Senior Rabbi Emeritus and the Taube Emanu-El Scholar. This year he will share some of the ‘Ahhh’ narratives, metaphors that he utilized in his most memorable messages. These unforgettable and haunting morsels for the heart and soul are selected to enrich and add deeper meaning to High Holy Day Worship.

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