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On Rosh HaShanah, Senior Rabbi Susan Shankman got personal, talking about her response to the “I am from” prompt and what the congregation means to her. We would love to hear what WHC means to you and how your experiences here could be represented in just a few words or images. The “I am from” Template can help you get started, then you can share what you wrote or choose a photo, artwork, or another item that expresses your feelings using the form at the bottom of this page.
For more on the origins of this project, start with George Ella Lyon’s Where I’m From poem.
The previous evening for Erev Rosh HaShanah, Rabbi Eliana Fischel spoke about fighting the “busy wars” and how to choose life instead.
Rabbi Shankman's sermon on Rosh HaShanah was her version of an "I am from" poem, describing her connections to Washington Hebrew. Please share your versions here, or a piece of artwork, photo, or other experience that describes your Life at WHC.
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