Robbie Sherwin – Guest Artist at 9:15 Service This Sunday

Robbi Sherwin, a rock singer, ordained Jewish Cantor, former song leader for Congregation Kol Halev, progressive activist, and all around wonderful person, will be with us again as the guest artist this Sunday, January 10th at the 9:15 am celebration only.

Here is a review of her latest CD from Hadassah magazine:

“Robbi Sherwin makes a worthy Jewish contribution to the renowed pop-rock music scene in Austin, Texas…These 13 tracks include a countrified “V’shamru” and other liturgical selections. Such thought-provoking original songs as “Precious Possession” show how Sherwin Brings Jewish values into everyday life.”

You won’t want to miss her. Her website is: www.robbisherwin.com.

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