Writings and musings from Or Shalom’s Rabbi Hannah Dresner
All material © Hannah Dresner
Rabbi Hannah’s Weekly Reflections
Rosh Hashanah 5782 Dvar – We Don’t Accept Fate; We Co-Create Our World
Bo El Paroh – Go, Confront the Pharaoh!
Vayishlach – Blessed by the Injuring Angel
Rosh Hashanah 5781 Dvar – We’re Right Here
Ki Teitze – Be Mindful of What Emerges from You
Parshat Ekev – On Being a Sanctuary
Parshat Pinchas – Leading with Love
Parashat Korach – Rending Open the Status Quo
Parashat Shlach Lecha – Stretch Yourself!
Parshat Beha’alotcha – Wherein Miriam is Punished with Whiteness
Parashat Naso – Everyone Has the Right to Feel Blessed
Lessons in the Week of Gevurah During Covid-19
Hannah’s Passover Message: Pesach 5780
Tzav/Shabbat Hagadol – Our Internal Altars, Always Lit
Vayikra – ויקרא • The Little “Aleph”
Vayakhel Pekudei – Let Us Be Strong and Strengthen Each Other
Rabbi Hannah’s Divrei Torah and Writings
On Being an Artist-Rabbi (published on CLI Forum and eJewish Philanthropy), January 2, 2020
High Holiday Sermons 5780/ 2019:
Rosh Hashanah I Was Asleep But My Heart Awoke
Yom Kippur Limbic Lava for Kol Nidre
Zachor – Remember. Purim in the Week of Christchurch – D’var Torah by Rabbi Hannah Dresner, March 16, 2019.
Birth of Spring / Birth of our People / Birth of our Perpetual Becoming
Tzchok (צחק) in the Golden Calf Narrative
Holy Listening in the Hannah Narrative
What does the Sovereign One desire?
Parashat Pinchas, Wherein God Welcomes Human Questioning
Dvar Torah for Shabbat Hagadol April 16, 2016
If We Build This World In Love