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Zoom Sermon

August 6, 2020 | by

With Coronavirus affecting High Holiday services, Rabbi Solomon decided to give two versions of his sermon – one for those who would be coming to shul on High Holidays while social distancing, and one on Zoom a few days prior for those who would not be in attendance.

One of those who joined the Zoom sermon was a reporter for the local newspaper who wanted to report on the Rabbi’s sermon. But as he was giving the same sermon both times, using the same stories, he asked everyone on Zoom not to repeat the stories so as not to spoil it for the others.

The next day, the reporter published a story on the Zoom sermon which concluded with a line stating, “Rabbi Solomon also told a number of stories that cannot be printed."


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