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18 Podcast Episodes

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Episode 6: Pleasures of the Soul with Bracha Goetz (based on the teachings of Rabbi Noah Weinberg)

Deepening Our Relationship with Hashem with Naomi Shulman

Discussion of the five levels of pleasure corresponding to the five levels of the soul, based on the teachings of Rabbi Noah Weinberg. For more information, please see:https://www.aish.com/sp/f/Five_Levels_of_Pleasure.html***Books by Bracha Goetz:https://www.amazon.com/Bracha-Goetz/e/B001KCI086%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share

38mins

16 Mar 2021

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Hope: Rabbi Noah with special guest U.S. Jones II

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What does the word Hope really mean in Hebrew? (Hint: Wait) When was it surprisingly used the first time in scripture? When we Hope can we live as if nothing was missing? How do you Hope? Listen in on this revelatory conversation with Rabbi Noah, U.S. Jones II, and Jennifer Schillinger as they explore the dimensional meaning of the Hebrew word Hope and see if you can find yourself in the conversation. For more information about Scripture Circles please check us out at scripturecircles.com where you can join us in upcoming events where we create space for you to grow through facilitated exploration of scripture and the questions of the heart. We are waiting for you to join us!

38mins

3 Mar 2021

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Tov: Rabbi Noah with special guest Preston Hall

Red River Scripture Circles

Words create worlds. In Hebrew, "Tov" is such a word and it means "good." Yet the word "good" often seems vague when disconnected from its inspired meaning. Join us in this conversation with Rabbi Noah, Jennifer Schillinger, and special guest Preston Hall as we explore the dynamic potential of this word Tov.  And from all of the Scripture Circle team: Happy New Year! (Like really, if you survived 2020, be happy!) For more details about Scripture Circles including information on joining a live Circle, checkout scripturecircles.com

40mins

1 Jan 2021

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Blessing: Rabbi Noah with special guest Ethan Zaun

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In this episode, Rabbi Noah and Jennifer Schillinger host special guest Ethan Zaun on the theme of blessing. What comes to mind when you think of what "blessing" means? Is retirement a word found in Hebrew? Listen in on this conversation for in depth insights on the theme of blessing and may you come to know what it actually means in being grounded and able to move when called.

45mins

1 Nov 2020

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Behind the Ballot Box: On Homelessness (with Rabbi Noah Farkas)

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With Election Day rapidly approaching, there are many issues of concern to each voter before they cast their ballot. But the Jewish voter is not monolithic. In each episode of “Behind the Ballot Box: Jewish Values and Our Vote,” Rabbi Jesse Olitzky speaks to rabbis and Jewish communal professionals about a specific issue at stake in this election and why they believe it should be front and center in the minds of voters. Host Rabbi Jesse Olitzky of Congregation Beth El in South Orange, NJ speaks with Rabbi Noah Farkas of Valley Beth Shalom in Los Angeles, California about how the Jewish community should help the homeless in this country. Rabbi Farkas is an appointed commissioner and former Chairperson of the LA Homelessness Services Authority and recently led a two-year campaign to address homelessness in Los Angeles county, galvanizing a coalition of faith-based communities. They discuss how despite what we teach in our tradition, the Jewish community too often treats our homeless neighbors as invisible, and how to respond especially now during a pandemic and economic downturn, in which the homeless or near-homeless population has increased and the number of shelters have decreased. Their conversation highlights what ethics and values of Jewish tradition should guide our thinking before voting in November’s election, when considering how to help the most vulnerable. How do you listen to Behind The Ballot Box? You have a lot of options you know? iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, RSS, it’s your choice!

29 Sep 2020

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Behind the Ballot Box: On Homelessness (with Rabbi Noah Farkas)

Behind the Ballot Box: Jewish Values and Our Vote

With Election Day rapidly approaching, there are many issues of concern to each voter before they cast their ballot. But the Jewish voter is not monolithic. In each episode of “Behind the Ballot Box: Jewish Values and Our Vote,” Rabbi Jesse Olitzky speaks to rabbis and Jewish communal professionals about a specific issue at stake in this election and why they believe it should be front and center in the minds of voters. Host Rabbi Jesse Olitzky of Congregation Beth El in South Orange, NJ speaks with Rabbi Noah Farkas of Valley Beth Shalom in Los Angeles, California about how the Jewish community should help the homeless in this country. Rabbi Farkas is an appointed commissioner and former Chairperson of the LA Homelessness Services Authority and recently led a two-year campaign to address homelessness in Los Angeles county, galvanizing a coalition of faith-based communities. They discuss how despite what we teach in our tradition, the Jewish community too often treats our homeless neighbors as invisible, and how to respond especially now during a pandemic and economic downturn, in which the homeless or near-homeless population has increased and the number of shelters have decreased. Their conversation highlights what ethics and values of Jewish tradition should guide our thinking before voting in November’s election, when considering how to help the most vulnerable. How do you listen to Behind The Ballot Box? You have a lot of options you know? iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, RSS, it’s your choice!

29 Sep 2020

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Hebrew: Crossing Over with Rabbi Noah and Jennifer Schillinger

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In this episode, Rabbi Noah and Jennifer Schillinger invite you to join a dynamic conversation of what it means to be Hebrew. There are key insights explored to understand what it really means to Hebrew or “to cross over”, which all are inclusively and continually invited into. Maybe you’ll become aware of some of these invitations in your own life?Jennifer describes this process as “Wildly Individual and Wildly Communal” and Noah shares insight on how this process might look. Are you being invited to cross over into places your present community isn’t ready for? Are you crossing over as a community and navigating the journey? Are you feeling invited to join a community to explore your deepest questions? Are you relying on certainty instead of trust?You are invited to explore these and other questions that may arise as we join the conversation. And if you are like me you sometimes want to see everything first before resting in what is ours to see, yet I leave you with something Jennifer said that can guide us into Wisdom,“If we were to try to see it all come to pass in our time we would be limiting the potential of what is really being done.”So jump into this podcast conversation to see what potential awaits you and always remember you can join this ongoing conversation live at one of Scripture Circle Gatherings throughout the year.Let’s cross over together.

31mins

29 Aug 2020

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Crossing Over Before You Cross Over | Numbers 27:12-23 | Rabbi Noah

Eden Community Podcast

35mins

6 Jan 2020

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I Give You Peace, You Go to War | Leviticus 26, John 14:27, 1 Samuel 1:17 | Rabbi Noah

Eden Community Podcast

36mins

24 Nov 2019

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#7 Rabbi Noah Fabricant RH Morning Sermon

Kol Dorot On Your Way

"Founders of Kol Dorot"Sermon by Rabbi Noah FabricantRosh Hashanah Morning 5780September 30, 2019Get in touch!Kol Dorot: A Reform Jewish CommunityWeb: koldorot.orgFacebook: www.facebook.com/koldorot/Email: rabbinoah@koldorot.org56 Ridgewood RoadTownship of Washington, NJ 07676(201) 664-7422

20mins

3 Oct 2019

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