Read here the two drashot of rabbi Josh Weiner for Yom Kippur 5784
Rabbi Josh Weiner invites us to reflect on our relationship to the notion of truth and faith
On the second day of Shavuot, Rabbi Josh Weiner invites us to ask ourselves: what does “receiving Torah” mean for us today?
On the last day of Pesach, let us ask ourselves about the hidden meaning of this holiday and the metaphor of childbirth that accompanies it.
On Shabbat HaGadol, Rabbi Josh Weiner reflects on the meaning of the mitzvah and eating of the matzah
Will AI rabbis replace real rabbis in a near future? Josh Weiner asks this question through a commentary of the parasha Vayechi
In his drasha of the Sukkot shabbat, Rabbi Josh Weiner talks to us about the celebrations of Simhat Beit Hachoe’va during the Temple period.
Commenting on the parashah Ki Teitzei, Rabbi Josh Weiner questions the notion of remembrance and its implications for Jewish identity
For yamim noraim, Rabbi Josh Weiner shares his thoughts on the concepts of love and fear in Judaism
Rabbi Josh Weiner comments on parashah Nasso, the birkat kohanim and questions the notions of justice and mercy.