Each week when Rabbi Joel is not in Edgware, a member of the community gives a drashah during the service. The word drashah - often translated, inaccurately, as "sermon" - comes from the Hebrew "lidrosh", which means to seek or inquire. The drashah is thus a riff on the weekly portion from the Torah, or on the haftorah or the time in the Jewish calendar. The drashah is also called a davar Torah, a "word" or "saying" about the Torah.
Here you'll find some drashot given by our members over the years.