Parsha Pathways Lineup:


 

 

March 5 - Rabbi Josh Lobel, Temple B'nai Israel

 

March 12 - Rabbi Pinchas Adler, Chabad of Pinellas County

March 19 - Rabbi Danielle Upbin, Congregation Beth Shalom

March 26 - Rabbi Philip Weintraub, Congregation B'nai Israel

 

April 9 - Rabbi Josh Lobel, Temple B'nai Israel

 

   

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Guest Speaker:



Rabbi Josh Lobel

 


Spiritual Leader at Temple B'nai Israel in Clearwater



Friday, March 5, 2021

11:00 AM

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Rabbi Josh Lobel

 

Rabbi Joshua Lobel believes the foundation of the synagogue is the creation of meaningful relationships. He seeks to establish connections between all members of the synagogue in order to learn how the congregation can provide a foundation to meet each individual’s spiritual needs. He strives to build a caring community, one in which members truly feel connected to each other and their faith. Nothing would make him happier than to meet you for a cup of coffee to learn about you and your family. Rabbi Lobel cannot wait to welcome you to our synagogue family!

 

Rabbi Lobel is passionate about teaching Torah, rabbinic texts, and Jewish thought to Jews of all ages. He has a wide variety of Jewish interests, including, but not limited to, Midrash, liturgy, Mussar, Reform Jewish history and thought, and Jewish mysticism. Passionate about the idea of Jewish peoplehood, Rabbi Lobel serves a member of the World Union for Progressive Judaism’s International Assembly, working to create strong and vibrant Jewish communities throughout the world! He is also an ardent Zionist, possessing a deep and abiding love for the State of Israel.

 

Rabbi Lobel believes the synagogue must be an intrinsic part of the greater community. He loves working within the interfaith community to build bridges of understanding between people of different backgrounds and cultures. He also seeks out partnerships with organizations dedicated to the service of the public good.

 

Prior to coming to Temple B’nai Israel, Rabbi Lobel served as the rabbi of Congregation Beth El in Missouri City, TX. He also had the honor of working as an associate rabbi at Temple Chaverim in Plainview, New York, and Congregation Shir Hadash in Los Gatos, CA. Rabbi Lobel is married to Dr. Elizabeth Lobel, and they are proud parents of three boys.

 

Guest Speaker:



Rabbi Pinchas Adler

 


Spiritual Leader at Chabad of Pinellas County



Friday, March 12, 2021

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Rabbi Pinchas Adler

 

Rabbi Pinchas was born and raised in Palm Harbor Florida. He has 8 siblings spread out from Israel to London and Brooklyn. At a young age he went off to study at different Yeshivas (Orthodox Schools) throughout North America.

 

He studied to become a Rabbi at the Rabbinic College of America, and graduated with a B.A. in religious studies. Of the 5 ordaining Rabbis that gave him Semicha (Rabbinical Ordination), one was the former Chief Rabbi of Israel, Rabbi Meir Lau. He then continued his studies and received his Rabbinic Judicial Ordination from Rabbi Dovid Schochet, head of the Rabbinical Court in Toronto, Canada.

 

Rabbi Pinchas is very warm and approachable, he always has some kind of joke ready to share. After marrying his wife Mushky, together they moved from New York to Pinellas County. They now have 2 sons, Menachem Mendel and Ari, and with their warmth and youthful energy they have brought a new light to Chabad of Pinellas County.

 

Guest Speaker:



Rabbi Danielle Upbin

 


Spiritual Leader at Congregation Beth Shalom



Friday, March 19, 2021

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Rabbi Danielle Upbin

 

Rabbi Danielle Upbin is the Associate Rabbi and prayer leader at Congregation Beth Shalom. Originally from New York City, she graduated with honors from Barnard College, Columbia University, with a BA in Political Science.

 

She was ordained from the Jewish Theological Seminary in 2002. She has lived and studied in Israel, including a year of exploration in Jewish mysticism and art. Rabbi Upbin serves on the Rabbinic Advisory Counsel of Israel Bonds.

 

In connection to her alma mater, she has served as the JTS Florida Rabbinic Fellow, teaching in the community on behalf of the Seminary. Rabbi Upbin is professionally trained in voice and the performing arts. She has shared her spirited prayer style and ability to teach all ages, in congregations around the country.

 

Inspired by her participation in the Institute for Jewish Spirituality rabbinic cohort, she has become a certified yoga instructor, with an approach to the cross section of Jewish and universal spirituality, meditation and yoga. In 2012, she released a CD entitled “Reveal the Light”, a compilation of Hebrew chant and original music. Rabbi Upbin resides in Clearwater, FL with her husband, Rabbi David Weizman, and their four children.

 

Guest Speaker:



Rabbi Philip Weintraub

 


Spiritual Leader at Congregation B'nai Israel



Friday, March 26, 2021

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Rabbi Philip Weintraub

 

Rabbi Weintraub brings a very diverse skill set to CBI's Kehillah. He 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. 

 

Guest Speaker:



Rabbi Josh Lobel

 


Spiritual Leader at Temple B'nai Israel



Friday, April 9, 2021

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Rabbi Josh Lobel

 

Rabbi Joshua Lobel believes the foundation of the synagogue is the creation of meaningful relationships. He seeks to establish connections between all members of the synagogue in order to learn how the congregation can provide a foundation to meet each individual’s spiritual needs. He strives to build a caring community, one in which members truly feel connected to each other and their faith. Nothing would make him happier than to meet you for a cup of coffee to learn about you and your family. Rabbi Lobel cannot wait to welcome you to our synagogue family!

 

Rabbi Lobel is passionate about teaching Torah, rabbinic texts, and Jewish thought to Jews of all ages. He has a wide variety of Jewish interests, including, but not limited to, Midrash, liturgy, Mussar, Reform Jewish history and thought, and Jewish mysticism. Passionate about the idea of Jewish peoplehood, Rabbi Lobel serves a member of the World Union for Progressive Judaism’s International Assembly, working to create strong and vibrant Jewish communities throughout the world! He is also an ardent Zionist, possessing a deep and abiding love for the State of Israel.

 

Rabbi Lobel believes the synagogue must be an intrinsic part of the greater community. He loves working within the interfaith community to build bridges of understanding between people of different backgrounds and cultures. He also seeks out partnerships with organizations dedicated to the service of the public good.

 

Prior to coming to Temple B’nai Israel, Rabbi Lobel served as the rabbi of Congregation Beth El in Missouri City, TX. He also had the honor of working as an associate rabbi at Temple Chaverim in Plainview, New York, and Congregation Shir Hadash in Los Gatos, CA. Rabbi Lobel is married to Dr. Elizabeth Lobel, and they are proud parents of three boys.

 

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