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Aviva Bass

Rabbi, Rabbi

Temple Beth Orr's Sanctuary

HQ Phone:  (954) 753-3232

Email: r***@***.org

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Temple Beth Orr's Sanctuary

2151 Riverside Drive

Crystal Springs, Florida,33071

United States

Company Description

Temple Beth Orr has proudly been a vibrant force in the Broward County, Florida community for more than 35 years.  We are the religious and spiritual home for individuals and families in Coral Springs, Parkland, Margate, Coconut Creek, Tamarac and beyond.  We ...more

Background Information

Employment History

School Director, Rabbi

Nevei Kodesh


Rabbi

Reconstructionist Rabbinical College


Affiliations

C-Cars.com

Member of Good Standing


P'nai Or Jewish Renewal congregation

Active Member


Education

J. P. Taravella High School


Reconstructionist Rabbinical College


Bachelors of Arts in Music Degree


Masters Degree

Jewish Education in Administration

Gratz College of Philadelphia


master's degree

Jewish education

Gratz College


undergraduate degree

University of Miami


Web References(63 Total References)


Temple Beth Orr, Coral Springs, FL - Our Staff

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Rabbi Aviva Bass - Cantorial Soloist
Rabbi Aviva Bass worked as our Educational Coordinator from 2009-2010. We are thrilled that she is returning as our new soloist. Rabbi Bass is a member of good standing with the CCAR, Reform Rabbinical Association. She holds the highest level teaching certification awarded from the Auerbach Central Agency for Jewish Education, a Bachelor of Arts in Music Degree, Double Major in Judaic Studies, Magna Cum Laude from University of Miami, Master of Arts in Jewish Education from Gratz College, and this year served as the Co-Rabbi /Educator for Congregation Nevei Kodesh, etc! Rabbi Bass is a lyric soprano


www.jewishconcert.org

Aviva Bass, Temple Beth Orr (Coral Springs)


Temple Beth Orr, Coral Springs, FL - Rabbi Gross Sun- Sentinel Article

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It was a true reunion as well because it marked the return to Coral Springs of Rabbi Aviva Bass, who grew up here; who served as part of our instructional staff two years ago; and who has this month taken up permanent residence as our Cantorial Soloist handling the musical portion of our worship services.


David Posnack Jewish Community Center - Jewish Music Festival

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Featured cantors include: Rabbi Aviva Bass (Temple Beth Or), Cantor Moshe Buryn, Cantor Yakov Hadash (Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center), Rabbi-Cantor Bertram Kiefer (Sunrise Jewish Center), Cantor Bill Lieberman (Temple B'nai Aviv), Cantor Eric Lindenbaum (Beth Ahm Israel), Cantor David Presler, Cantor Israel Rosen (Temple Solel), Cantor Jan Sheer (Temple Beth Emet), Cantor Manny Silver (Temple Beth El), Cantor Allison Teisch (Temple Dor Dorim), Cantor Natalie Young (Ramat Shalom); conducted by Cantor Steven Heavenstone and accompanied by pianist Gary Lawrence.


Columbian.com - Serving Clark County, Washington

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Aviva Bass was chosen from a field of 10 candidates during a search that took three years.Bass will be the first Reform Jewish rabbi in Clark County when she takes the helm this fall. Bass visited with her husband, Daniel, in July. "We really love the congregation," Bass said from her home in Marietta, Ga., where she is serving as rabbi at Temple Kol Emeth. Bass, who says she's in her 30s, and her husband were drawn to the West by their interest in outdoor activities.She went to high school in Coral Springs, Fla., and attended the University of Miami.She was ordained at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in Wyncote, Pa.She spent time serving congregations in Australia and New Zealand. Bass was headed toward a career in opera or musical theater when she felt the call to become a rabbi. "My singing and my music are an integral part of who I am as a person," she said.It is also an integral part of her work as a spiritual leader. "I see a very strong connection between spirituality and the arts," Bass said.What's new: The congregation has just hired Aviva Bass as its first rabbi. What's next: Bass will be in Vancouver in time for High Holy Days in early October.


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