Sermons: Rabbi Schulweis
Disclaimer: These pages contain only a sampling of the articles, poems and sermons by Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis (z”L), who came to Valley Beth Shalom in 1970. Some of the material in these pages is listed with the date at which the material was posted on a Valley Beth Shalom website, not the date the material originated. The Harold M. Schulweis Institute contains the world’s largest collection of Rabbi Schulweis’ material legacy and provides capability for an accurate search of the full archive by date.
VIDEO: Rosh Hashanah 2013/5774 sermon from Rabbi Schulweis
Rosh Hashanah 2013 sermon from VBS Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis
Yom Kippur sermon from Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis given September, 2012.
Before I open the prayer book, or embrace myself in a tallit prayer shawl, and give praise or thanksgiving or petition, it all begins with me.
Life inherently confronts each of us with the pains of conflict. We must learn from these experiences to better prepare ourselves to live and not to escape from life by choosing the path of hedonism.