High Holiday Services

Every year Dennis leads Jewish High Holiday services: Rosh Hashanah (The Jewish New Year) and Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement). During these services he gives four sermons. Each is meant to be life-changing. And, indeed they are.

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This bundle includes:

What Does Judaism Believe?
Dennis lays out the basic principles of Judaism – over a dozen tenets around which the Jewish faith is built.

What I Learned in Yeshiva
From first grade through high school, Dennis attended a traditional Orthodox Jewish day school. What he learned there shaped his life and still guides him today.

Why Are People Alienated from Religion
Mainstream Judaism and Christianity appear to be in a steep decline. The fastest growing group is the Nones, people who believe in no religion. Why is that? And why is it suggestive of what ails the contemporary western world? What can be done to reverse the trend?

Your Family and the Families of Genesis
You think your family is dysfunctional? You have nothing on the families of the first book of the Bible! Dennis offers profound lessons from the Genesis family tree that can help us with our own family problems.

Yom Kippur Q and A (Bonus Talk – Only included with this bundle)
In between the end of the Yom Kippur morning and afternoon services there is a long break. Dennis entertains questions on a wide range of issues from how he got into radio to kindergarten graduations and pretty much everything in between. His answers are both profound and very funny.

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