Temple B'nai Abraham Celebrates the Installation of New Senior Rabbi David Z. Vaisberg

Temple B'nai Abraham is excited to celebrate the installation of their new Senior Rabbi David Z. Vaisberg, M.A.R.E.,M.A.H.L​.​, during  Shabbat services on Friday, September 13, at 6:30 PM. Rabbi David Z. Vaisberg will be installed by Rabbi Lawrence A. Englander, founding Rabbi of Solel Congregation, Mississauga, Ontario…Rabbi Vaisberg’s hometown!

Prior to coming to B’nai Abraham,  Rabbi Vaisberg served as spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El in Edison. He became TBA’s senior rabbi on July 1, succeeding now-retired Rabbi Clifford Kulwin.

Other activities honoring this significant installation in the temple’s long history, will be when Rabbi Englander  leads  the temple’s Parashat HaShavua study on Saturday morning,  September 14, at 9:00 AM  and will present a lecture on “A Taste of Kabbalah” on Sunday morning, September 15,  at 10:00 AM.  The community is welcome to attend these events

For further information go to http://tbanj.org/rabbi-vaisberg-installation/ or call 973.994.2290

Contact Information
  1. Temple office
  2. 973-994-2290
  3. tbainfo@tbanj.org
Fri, September 13
6:30 pm — 8:30 pm
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Temple B'nai Abraham is excited to celebrate the installation of their new Senior Rabbi David Z. Vaisberg, M.A.R.E.,M.A.H.L​.​, during Shabbat services on Friday, September 13, at 6:30 PM. Rabbi David Z. Vaisberg will be installed by Rabbi Lawrence A. Englander, founding Rabbi of Solel Congregation, Mississauga, Ontario…Rabbi Vaisberg’s hometown!

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Livingston, NJ 07039

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