Category Archives: Rabbi Heather Miller

Not Bread Alone: Parashat Eikev — August 11, 2017

written on August 21, 2017 // 0 Comments

Iceland has been in my life a lot these days. A good fried recently told me of her journey there […]

A reflection on the Tragedy in Charlottesville

written on August 16, 2017 // 3 Comments

By Rabbi Heather Miller Friday night, while I was leading Shabbat services on the pulpit at my congregation in Los […]

Peace Through Peaceful Means: Parashat Pinchas

written on July 17, 2017 // 1 Comment

by Rabbi Heather Miller I don’t know if you know this about me, but in 2008, I studied for 6 […]

Everyone Counts: Parashat Ki Tissa – Drash by Rabbi Heather Miller, March 17, 2017

written on March 23, 2017 // 1 Comment

Shabbat Shalom, So, when thinking about when I felt like I really mattered– there was a time two weeks ago […]

The Power of Flexibility — Parashat Beshallach, February 10 2017

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By Rabbi Heather Miller Some would say I am a social justice seeker– or a rabbi informed by the prophetic […]

Sacred Resistance: Parashat Bo, February 3, 2016

written on February 6, 2017 // 0 Comments

By Rabbi Heather Miller Shabbat Shalom. It was someone’s birthday in the congregation earlier this week– our dear board member, […]

Why We March: A Drash on Exodus

written on January 24, 2017 // 0 Comments

by Rabbi Heather Miller Do you know what a people’s microphone is? It is a kind of call and response […]

Parashat Miketz and A Hanukkah 2016 In Memoriam

written on January 4, 2017 // 0 Comments

Shabbat Shalom! Did you know that the story of Hanukkah isn’t actually in the Torah? It’s not even in the […]

Jewish Symbols as Invitations to Tell Our Stories: Parashat Vayeshev

written on January 4, 2017 // 0 Comments

Shabbat Shalom and Happy almost Hanukkah! So Shabbat is no more a holiday about lighting two candles and eating some […]

5777: Binding the World with Chesed

written on October 10, 2016 // 0 Comments

by Rabbi Heather Miller Shanah Tovah– Some Jewish theologians suggest that the activity we begin tonight, during these 10 penitential […]

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