Thursday Dec 5
Central Synagogue Names First Asian-American Head Rabbi
Angela Warnick Buchdahl was named Senior Rabbi of Manhattan's Central Synagogue last night in a unanimous vote by the synagogue's Board of Trustees, making her the first Asian-American leader of one of the nation's largest Reform synagogues.
Religion News Service
Rabbi Joshua M. Davidson to be Installed as Temple Emanu-El's New Senior Rabbi
Rabbi Davidson succeeded Rabbi David Posner on July 1. Speakers at the Installation will include Rabbi Jerome K. Davidson, Senior Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Beth-El ; Senior Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein of Central Synagogue, Rabbi Dr. Norman J. Cohen of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion , Senior Rabbi Emeritus Dr. David M. Posner , ... (more)
Stories from the Stacks w/ American Jewish Archives
The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives in partnership with B'nai B'rith International is pleased to present the first of three exciting study webinars commemorating the 170th anniversary of B'nai B'rith's founding.
New Jersey Jewish News
Interim rabbi helps shul imagine future
So it is perhaps no surprise that Congregation Beth Hatikvah in Summit hired him as its interim rabbi as they search for a permanent successor to longtime leader Rabbi Amy Small.
United Jewish Federation of Tidewater
Rabbis raised with Christmas: Growing number come from intermarriages
When Eric Woodward started rabbinical school at the Conservative movement's Jewish Theological Seminary, he assumed he would be be the only student who grew up celebrating Christmas along with Hanukkah.
The Jewish Journal
Mayor Garcetti lands spot on 'Forward 50'
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has earned a place on The Jewish Daily Forward's annual list of 50 Jewish newsmakers of 2013.
Temple Beth El Holds Installation Ceremony For Third Rabbi
The installation ceremony for Rabbi Michael S. Churgel, RJE, includes special music and liturgy led by Rabbi Churgel, Cantor Arlene Frank and adult and youth choirs beginning at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Orthodox Population Grows Faster Than First Figures in Pew #JewishAmerica Study
The Orthodox population is growing even faster than earlier reports from the Pew Research Center's recent survey of American Jews suggested.