RABBI TERLINCHAMP’S YOM KIPPUR SERMON 2018

3 Comments on “RABBI TERLINCHAMP’S YOM KIPPUR SERMON 2018

  1. Temple Sholom has been my home since I came back home and I have been made better for it. It is a place that I trust family with my family and the leadership under Rabbi Terlinchamp has always been on of innovation and purpose. I have always lived a global life and outreach and mission have always been a part of me but didn’t see those mirrored attributes in Judaism. Today the walls have been brought down, and every chain that had been hold us to an old self broke we made anew. To be a active and open part of the global community. Often times the one thing I hear most is how closed our Jewish community is to the outside world. In the not knowing cost hatred and mistrust of the unknown we have the opportunity to let the world in and be that bridge. I am so glad that my experience at other temples and desire to find a home lead me to keep searching for a home. Temple Sholom has changed so much over the seven years I have been here I as well as the community have been made better for it.

  2. I just rewatched this and shared with my out of town family…
    Your sermon was the most touching, genuine, beautiful, inspiring sermon I’ve ever heard!
    Needless to say, I am more than excited to be a part of this new chapter and couldn’t be happier
    with your decision to continue with us!!!

  3. Rabbi Terlinchamp’s message really resonates with me. I’ve always been connected to the human condition and my desire to serve in the name of justice and although I’m not Jewish…at least not formally, I’ve always felt connected to the Jewish story. Thank you for your words. They truly make a difference.

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