The Greater Hartford Rabbinic Association Makes Up a Prestigious Collection of Spiritual Leaders
Recent gathering of rabbis representing the reform, conservative, and orthodox congregations of Greater Hartford.
- (1888PressRelease) October 19, 2016 - SOUTH WINDSOR, CT - The Greater Hartford Rabbinic Association (GHRA) met on August 23 in one of the biggest gatherings of local rabbis and their families in decades. Rabbis representing the reform, conservative, and orthodox congregations of Greater Hartford make up this prestigious collection of spiritual leaders in our community.
Hosted by Rabbi Jeff Glickman of Temple Beth Hillel in South Windsor, the event was catered by Crown Market, a beloved kosher market in West Hartford in which the GHRA fought proudly to keep open several years prior. Rabbis in attendance included: Alan Lefkowitz of Beth Ahm in Windsor, Gary Karlins of Beth Hillel Synagogue in Bloomfield, Steve Wylan of Kol Haverim in Glastonbury, Randal Koenigsberg of BSBI in Manchester, Jeffrey Glickman of Temple Beth Hillel in South Windsor, Tuvia Brander of Young Israel in West Hartford, Andi Fliegel of CBI of West Hartford, Rebecca Goldman of FVES in Simsbury,
Michael Kohn of Temple B'Nai Abraham in Meriden, Steve Chatinover of SSDS in West Hartford, Richard Plavin Emeritus of BSBI in Manchester, Jeremy and Jo Bruce of HHNE in West Hartford, Yosef Wolvovsky of Chabad in Glastonbury, and Jim Rosen of Beth El of West Hartford.
According to current head of the GHRA, Rabbi Jeff Glickman, "We are proud to say that our doors are open to everyone." All ordained rabbis are welcomed to join. The Greater Hartford Rabbinic Association meets regularly to tend to the ethical and ritual needs of the Jewish community. The event, designed to welcome several new clergy members, was met with record attendance and much enthusiasm.
For more information of the Greater Hartford Rabbinic Association contact Rabbi Jeff Glickman at tbhrabbi ( @ ) gmail dot com. or visit the website of Temple Beth Hillel in South Windsor. Temple Beth Hillel is a dynamic reform synagogue rooted in tradition but committed to the future. It is located on 20 Baker Lane in South Windsor. For more information call 860-282-8466 or visit their website at tbhsw.org