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Beth El Congregation

HQ Phone:  (602) 944-3359

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Beth El Congregation

1118 West Glendale Avenue

Phoenix, Arizona,85021

United States

Company Description

Beth El Congregation is an egalitarian congregation affiliated with The United Synagogue for Conservative Judaism, dedicated to cultivating, nurturing, enhancing, and passing on Judaism and Jewish living. Our congregation seeks to encourage and stimulate eve... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chapter President, USY Regional Officer and President

United Synagogue Youth


President

Akron Area Interfaith Council


Affiliations

Duet

Board Member


Rabbinical Assembly

President of the Ohio and Western Pennsylvania and Kentucky Region


U.S. Navy

Board of Governors Member


MERCAZ USA

Board Member


Education


psychology

Columbia University


Doctor of Divinity degree

Jewish Theological Seminary


Doctor of Divinity degree

JTS


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About - Beth El CongregationBeth El Congregation

www.bethelphoenix.com [cached]

Rabbi Arthur Lavinsky
RAbbi Rabbi Arthur Lavinsky came to us in the Summer of 2003 by way of Akron, Ohio, where he served his synagogue with distinction for eight years. He has also served congregations in Stockholm, Sweden; Philadelphia, PA; Burlington, VT; and Tampa, FL. Raised in New York, Rabbi Lavinsky is a graduate of Columbia University where he majored in psychology, and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America (JTS) where he pursued a degree in Talmud, and was ordained as a rabbi in 1981. He studied for two years at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and spent his first years of rabbinical school at the University of Judaism in Los Angeles, now the American Jewish University. From his earliest years, Rabbi Lavinsky has exhibited his leadership skills as a United Synagogue Youth (USY) Chapter President, USY Regional Officer, and President of the JTS student body both as an undergraduate and as a rabbinical student. Additionally, he served two terms as the president of the Akron Area Interfaith Council and two terms as president of the Ohio/Western Pennsylvania/Kentucky region of the Rabbinical Assembly and is a past president of the Board of Rabbis of Greater Phoenix. He received his Doctor of Divinity degree from JTS in December of 2007. While serving as the President of the Tampa Rabbinical Association, Rabbi Lavinsky initiated a citywide education program encompassing all area congregations. Throughout his career, he has been an exemplary ambassador of the Jewish community to local churches, schools, and other institutions. A fervent supporter of Israel, he has helped in fundraising efforts for the United Jewish Communities and has been interviewed on radio and television many times regarding Jewish observance and current events in the Middle East. He has initiated numerous intrafaith (within Judaism) and interfaith programs and has supported charitable boards and programs wherever he has resided. He currently serves on the board of DUET Arizona, Partners in Health and Aging. With a commanding pulpit presence, Rabbi Lavinsky has earned a reputation as a charismatic teacher and preacher, and he has proven to be a compassionate, pastoral presence to his flock in times of joy and sorrow. Committed to the three pillars of our faith, Torah, Avodah, and Gemilut Chassadim (Torah Study, Divine Service, and Acts of Lovingkindness) he has consistently endeavored to empower his congregants to take an active role in all facets of Jewish life. Rabbi Lavinsky is also a retired Chaplain (Lieutenant Commander) in the United States Naval Reserve and served military units with the U.S. Navy, the Marine Corps, and the Coast Guard.


Duet » Board of Directors

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Rabbi Arthur Lavinsky
Spiritual Leader, Beth El Congregation


Duet » Board of Directors

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Rabbi Arthur Lavinsky
Spiritual Leader, Beth El Congregation


Contact Us | Beth El Congregation

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Rabbi Arthur Lavinsky
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Rabbi Arthur Lavinsky | Beth El Congregation

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Rabbi Arthur Lavinsky
Rabbi Arthur Lavinsky | Beth El Congregation Rabbi Arthur Lavinsky Officers & Board Photo Gallery Rabbi Arthur Lavinsky This is a widget area - you can put some widgets here by going to Appearance --> Widgets. Rabbi Arthur Lavinsky Rabbi Arthur Lavinsky, the spiritual leader of Beth El Congregation in Phoenix, came to us in the Summer of 2003 by way of Akron, Ohio, where he served his synagogue with distinction for eight years. He also served congregations in Stockholm, Sweden, Philadelphia PA, Burlington VT and Tampa FL. Raised in New York, Rabbi Lavinsky is a graduate of Columbia University where he majored in psychology and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America where he pursued a degree in Talmud, and was ordained as a rabbi in 1981. He studied for two years at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and spent his first years of rabbinical school at the University of Judaism in Los Angeles, now the American Jewish University. From his earliest years, Rabbi Lavinsky has exhibited his leadership skills as a United Synagogue Youth chapter president, regional officer, and president of the student body of JTS both as an undergraduate and as a rabbinical student. Additionally, he served two terms as the president of the Akron Area Interfaith Council and two term as president of the Ohio/Western Pennsylvania and Kentucky region of the Rabbinical Assembly and is a past president of the Board of Rabbis of Greater Phoenix. He received his Doctor of Divinity degree from the Jewish Theological Seminary in December of 2007. While serving as the President of the Tampa Rabbinical Association, Rabbi Lavinsky initiated a city wide education program encompassing all area congregations. Throughout his career, he has been an exemplary ambassador of the Jewish community to local churches, schools, and other institutions. A fervent supporter of Israel, he has helped in fundraising efforts for the United Jewish Communities and has been interviewed on radio and television many times regarding Jewish observance and current events in the Middle East . He has initiated numerous intra-faith (within Judaism) and inter-faith programs and has supported charitable boards and programs wherever he has resided. He currently serves on the DUET Arizona, Partners in Health and Aging. With a commanding pulpit presence, Rabbi Lavinsky has earned a reputation as a charismatic teacher and preacher, and he has proven to be a compassionate, pastoral presence to his flock in times of joy and sorrow. Committed to the three pillars of our faith, Torah, Avodah, and Gemilut Chassadim (Torah Study, Divine Service, and Acts of Loving-kindness) he has consistently endeavored to empower his congregants to take an active role in all facets of Jewish life. Rabbi Lavinsky is also a retired Chaplain (Lieutenant Commander) in the United States Naval Reserve and served military units with the U.S. Navy, the Marine Corps and the Coast Guard. Rabbi Arthur Lavinsky This is a widget area - you can put some widgets here by going to Appearance --> Widgets. About Officers & Board Photo Gallery Rabbi Arthur Lavinsky


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