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What Religious Terrorism Teaches Us About the Potential Intolerance of Religion and of Atheism -- Rabbi Neil's sermon from January 9, 2015

There is no question that the terror attacks in Paris over the last couple of days are unequivocally evil and should be utterly condemned by all. They shouldn’t have to be condemned by only the Muslim community, although they have been very clearly. The reason they shouldn’t have to be condemned by only the Muslim community is because these acts are obviously the result of extremism and not of mainstream religion. Why should liberals have to apologise, or distance themselves, from the actions of extremists?

Installation Sermon
Rabbi Neil Amswych
November 21, 2014

A Taste of Learning: Upcoming Adult Education Programs

Sign up with Joy Rosenberg, Director of Education
joyrosenberg@sftbs.org or 505-982-6161

Foundations of Judaism with Rabbi Neil Amswych
Sundays from 11:10-12:30, starting January 18
Cost: Members $180/course or $15/session
Non-members $200/course or $20/session

(Scholarships are available)

This introductory course will explore differing perspectives of Judaism by asking questions and providing various answers. In particular, we shall focus on ritual practice, prayer, thought and
also what it is to be a Reform Jew today.

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Services & Study This Week

Friday, January 30
6:30 pm Evening Service

Saturday, January 31
9:00 am Torah study with bagels, lox, and cream cheese, SH
10:30 am Shabbat Morning Service

Monday, February 2
8:00-9:00 am Monday Morning Minyan and study, Upper Sanctuary