Parsha Pathways Lineup:

 

 

 

October 23 - Rabbi Philip Weintraub, Congregation B'nai Israel

 

 

October 30 - Rabbi Ed Rosenthal, Hillels of the Florida Suncoast

 

 

November 6 - Reb Tuviah, Temple Beth David in Spring Hill and Congregation Beth Shalom in Brandon

 

 

November 13 - Rabbi Alter Korf, Chabad Jewish Center of Greater St. Petersburg

 

 

November 20 - Rabbi Joshua Lobel, Temple B'nai Israel

 

 

December 4 - Rabbi Matthew Berger, Temple Ahavat Shalom

   

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Guest Speaker:



Rabbi Philip Weintraub

 


Spiritual Leader at Congregation B'nai Israel



Friday, October 23, 2020

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Rabbi Philip Weintraub

 

 

Rabbi Rabbi Weintraub is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Brandeis University with a Bachelor’s degree in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies. He received his rabbinic ordination and Masters degree from the Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS) in 2011 with a concentration in pastoral care. After graduating from Brandeis he served three years as Mashgiach at the JTS, supervising cafeteria in the observance of Kashrut.


 
Recently having achieved board certification as a Chaplain, of Neshama: Association of Jewish Chaplains, he prides himself on his relationships working across generations. Weintraub’s professional summary states he “inspires communities to greater participation, to create deep connections, and discover the holiness in life.”


 
He says, “…I believe the Jewish world is best served one on one. Inspiration comes not just from the pulpit, but from speaking truth, being a Mensch, and recognizing the Divine Spark, the holiness in each one of us.”
 


Rabbi Weintraub is married to Rebecca, and they have two daughters, Hannah and Eliana. 

 

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