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- Welcome Akiva Betzalel Knopf October 2, 2017
- Extremists for Love – Yom Kippur 2017 October 1, 2017
- Three Essentials to Pack for Your Journey – Kol Nidrei 2017 October 1, 2017
- After Charlottesville, Be a Light – Rosh Hashanah 2017 September 24, 2017
- Here’s the Advice I Would Give to New Rabbis… June 25, 2017
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- Fall cuteness, courtesy of temps in the 50's and Akiva Betzalel. H/T (literally) to Janie… instagram.com/p/BaWkpNshY5h/ 9 hours ago
- This year, on the 2nd day of Rosh Hashanah, I took a big risk and tried doing an interactive text study instead... fb.me/7QP3O3hYX 1 day ago
- When templebethel360 Religious School has the day off, Abba Hebrew School is in session! Today,… instagram.com/p/BaRNNSVBk74/ 2 days ago
- ושמחת בחגך והיית אך שמח! #sukkot #dadlife #toocute #happiness #shakeyourlulav @ Weinstein JCC instagram.com/p/BaEX3JOB2i2/ 1 week ago
- My Rosh Hashanah sermon, "After Charlottesville, Be A Light " has been published as a podcast on the JCast... fb.me/6S6NKRNLk 1 week ago
- Teaching in Honor of Reb Sholom Brodt (z”l) September 21, 2017On the Shabbat immediately following the death of one of Rabbi Knopf’s rebbes, Rabbi Sholom Brodt, founder and Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshivat Simchat Shlomo in Jerusalem, Rabbi Knopf shares some singing and learning in his honor.
- Let My People Go: Judaism and Mass Incarceration (Part Two) May 25, 2017Part Two of a teaching where Rabbi Knopf explores the texts, traditions, and history that informs a Jewish view on the modern American plague of mass incarceration.
- Let My People Go: Judaism and Mass Incarceration (Part One) May 18, 2017Part One of a teaching where Rabbi Knopf explores the texts, traditions, and history that informs a Jewish view on the modern American plague of mass incarceration.
- Siyyum on Malachi May 4, 2017Rabbi Knopf provides an overview about the meaning and message of the Book of Malachi.
- My Father Was a Wandering Aramean: Judaism and Immigration (Part Three) April 20, 2017As the debate over US immigration policy rages in Washington, and as congregations across the country debate becoming sanctuaries to protect undocumented immigrants, Rabbi Knopf explores the texts, traditions, and history that informs Judaism’s view on immigration. This is part three of a three part session given by Rabbi Knopf.
- Teaching in Honor of Reb Sholom Brodt (z”l) September 21, 2017