Sermons, Speeches, and News
IN THE NEWS
Rabbi Andy Koren discusses the concerns of Anti-Semitism in NC and the need to stand against hate as both the Jewish community and the greater Greensboro community. This aired of WXII-12 News, Tuesday, December 20, 2022. Link to the full article
Rabbi Andy Koren joined 30 other members of Jewish clergy, from around the world, to assist Ukrainian people who have crossed the western border into Poland from Ukraine.
This aired on WXII-12 News, Wednesday, April 13, 2022.
Rabbi Koren talks about the significance of Hanukkah
on WXII-12's, The Local Vibe, November 2021
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
Schmooze with the Rabbis featuring
Rabbi Dr. Ron Kronish
Recorded on Wednesday November 16, 2022
"Israel's Independence in the 21st Century:
with Guest Natasha Kirtchuk"
Recorded on Zoom May 5, 2022,
check out the video below!
Temple Emanuel joined the National Council of Jewish Women in marking ReproShabbat on January 28th, 2022.
Rabbi Fisher's sermon focused on long-standing Jewish views on questions related to abortion and access to reproductive health care and choice.
This excerpt from services also includes a pre-taped background Q&A that Rabbi Koren conducted with Tara Romano from Pro-Choice North Carolina.
Even if you were at the service in person or previously saw it on a Temple digital platform, we encourage you to see it again and SHARE it with others within and beyond our community.
Special Shabbat with Dr. Whitney Oakley
We were fortunate enough to host Jill Wilson and Dr. Whitney Oakley, the GCS Superintendent, on December 2, 2022. If you missed the speeches from them you can find them here!
Greensboro Community Yom Ha'Shoah Service
Recorded on Wednesday, May 4, 2022
Below is the recording of this year's Greensboro Community Commemoration of Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day. Join us as we remember the lives and heroism of the Jewish people who died in the Holocaust.
This year we were honored to feature personal reflections by Natasha Kobleva, a Kiev native who has called our area home for decades. The program was sponsored by Temple Emanuel, the Greensboro Jewish Federation, and Beth David Synagogue.