Upcoming Events
Knit & Knosh Oct. 18
Adult Ed Oct. 18
Talmud class Oct. 19
Rosh Chodesh group Oct. 22
Play & Perk Oct. 23
Kabballah class Oct. 24
Knit & Knosh Oct. 25
Adult Ed Oct. 25
Talmud class Oct. 26
Dinner Club Oct. 26
   

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Bingo

Sunday
Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

Monday
Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

Doors open at 5 p.m.
Games start at 7 p.m.

Bonanzas
Sunday, Nov. 12
Monday, Nov. 27

 

Spiritual Leadership

Rabbi Murray Singerman

Rabbi Singerman will begin his tenure as Beth Sholom's senior rabbi Feb. 1, 2010. His wide and varied career includes serving as a teacher, youth director, education consultant, halachic committee adviser and assistant rabbi. He also worked as a tax litigator and owned a successful business in Baltimore.

The Annapolis native brings energy, enthusiasm and expertise in guiding congregational spiritual and theological direction, as well as experience in programming, outreach, counseling and education for all age groups.

Rabbi Singerman earned a bachelor's degree in speech from Yeshiva University, a master's degree in liberal studies from New York University, a master's degree in taxation from the University of Baltimore, a juris doctor from the University of Baltimore School of Law and received Orthodox ordination in 1986 from Yeshiva University. He has also studied classical Okinawan/Japanese karate for 25 years.

Rabbi Singerman and his wife Shifra have eight children; one daughter is married and lives in Israel.

Contact Rabbi Singerman by phone at (301) 663-3437 or by e-mail at RabbiSingerman@gmail.com

 

Meet Rabbi Singerman
Rabbi Singerman, along with his wife Shifra and their children, joined our Beth Sholom family in early 2010. He is deeply involved in all aspects of synagogue life, from leading spirited Shabbat services to community outreach to teaching karate to adults and children. He is eager to help all explore their roots, embrace Judaism and make Beth Sholom a center for vibrant Jewish life and exeriences.