Rabbi Zushe Greenberg Is a Shliach in Solon Ohio since 5751. Amongst variety of other institutions, he established a large shul that attracts hundreds of men and women on a weekly basis.
One of the main reasons they keep coming is the Rabbi’s weekly sermon.
Rabbi Greenberg believes that the speech must be interesting, relevant and uplifting, which will send the participants home uplifted and enlighten.
Not long ago, we each purchased a Lulav and Etrog set for Sukkos for a tidy sum. A pair of Tefillin is even more costly, and to send a child to a Jewish school you need to open a savings account. Why must things be this way?