And now, a greeting from the Reb himself:
Shalom Traverse City!! I am so excited to be the community’s rabbi for the coming year. I am looking forward to a year full of fun, singing, praying, learning and most of all getting to know the wonderful individuals and families that make the Traverse City Jewish community so special. Over the coming weeks I will be seeking your input on a variety of issues in order to help ensure that my time is dedicated to those aspects of Jewish life that are most meaningful and important to you. If you have ideas you would like to share please send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is an honor and a privilege to serve as your rabbi and I know that we will be able to do great things together this year. Ready, set…go!!
Arielle Rosenberg is a third year rabbinical student at Hebrew College in Boston, MA. Originally from Portland, Oregon, Arielle spent the last decade working as an organizer with migrant and indigenous communities in Honduras, Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington. In Seattle, Arielle helped found and organize with the Worker Defense Committee, a committee of migrant workers and community allies that worked to fight wage theft and other workers' rights abuses. In Boston, Arielle facilitated an interfaith group on prison justice, created a curriculum on food justice as an intern with the Jewish Farm School, and served as the cantorial soloist at Temple Israel in Boston. Arielle blogs on the interfaith commentary site www.stateofformation.org on issues of social justice and Jewish traditions.
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