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Benjamin Sendrow

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Rabbi

Phone: (317) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: r***@***.org
Local Address: Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
Congregation Shaarey Tefilla
3085 West 116Th St
Carmel, Indiana 46032
United States

Company Description: Rabbi Arnold L. Bienstock has served as spiritual leader of Congregation Shaarey Tefilla, Indianapolis, IN since 1997. Rabbi Bienstock is the first ordained...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Adjunct Faculty
    Butler University
  • Rabbi
  • Vice President for the Central Council
    Southeast Region

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Master of Arts , Hebrew Letters
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Board of Directors | Shaarey Tefilla | Indianapolis Synagogue
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Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow Rabbi Sendrow's Sermons
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Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow | Congregation Shaarey Tefilla
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Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow
Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow joined us at Congregation Shaarey Tefilla in August of 2010. He was born in Philadelphia and grew up in the Philadelphia suburb of Cherry Hill, New Jersey. There he was active in Boy Scout Troop 18 based in Congregation Beth El. As a Boy Scout, Rabbi Sendrow earned the Ner Tamid Award.
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During his academic career, Rabbi Sendrow received the Ruth Brin Scholarship, the Rabbi Kenneth and Aviva Berger Memorial Prize in Practical Rabbinics, the Rabbi Mordecai and Pessi Yohlin Award in Rabbinics, the Zehuva Altman Memorial Prize in Jewish Music, and the Dr. Daniel Isaacman Memorial Prize in Hebrew Literature. He was ordained in June of 1992, and received a Master of Arts in Hebrew Letters.
Rabbi Sendrow served his first pulpit in Southwest Florida for eighteen years. While there, he joined the Conservative Movement's Rabbinical Assembly. Rabbi Sendrow served two terms as treasurer for the Rabbinical Assembly's Southeast Region, and as vice-president for the Southeast Region's Central Council. He served for ten years as a chaplain for the Lee County Sheriff's Office, and was as a member of the Ethics Committee and the Clergy Credentials Committee for Lee Memorial Health Systems. He was a founding board member of the Lee County Domestic Violence Council, and also founded the Chevra Kadisha of Fort Myers.
Rabbi Sendrow has published articles and sermons in several publications including The American Rabbi, and a story in Chicken Soup for the Jewish Soul. He blogs and podcasts on various subjects at www.RabbiBen.org. Rabbi Sendrow lives in Carmel with his wife, Arlene, and their three children, Evan, Sammy, and Rachel. He looks forward to continuing his musical career on euphonium with a local wind ensemble, and at home with his guitar. He also tries to find time for reading, photography, and sports.
The Rabbi At Temple Judea Located In Fort Myers Florida
www.templejudeaswfl.org, 24 May 2010 [cached]
Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow was born in Philadelphia and grew up in the Philadelphia suburb of Cherry Hill, New Jersey. There he was active in Boy Scout Troop 18 based in Congregation Beth El.
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As a Boy Scout, Rabbi Sendrow earned the Ner Tamid Award.
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During his academic career, Rabbi Sendrow received the Ruth Brin Scholarship, the Rabbi Kenneth and Aviva Berger Memorial Prize in Practical Rabbinics, the Rabbi Mordecai and Pessi Yohlin Award in Rabbinics, the Zehuva Altman Memorial Prize in Jewish Music, and the Dr. Daniel Isaacman Memorial Prize in Hebrew Literature. He was ordained in June of 1992, and received a Master of Arts in Hebrew Letters.
Rabbi Sendrow assumed the pulpit at Temple Judea in June of 1992. Shortly thereafter, he joined the Conservative Movement's Rabbinical Assembly. Rabbi Sendrow has served two terms as treasurer for the Rabbinical Assembly's Southeast Region, and as vice-president for the Southeast Region's Central Council. In addition to his work at Temple Judea, he is a chaplain for the Lee County Sheriff's Office, and serves as a member of the Ethics Committee and the Clergy Credentials Committee for Lee Memorial Health Systems. He was an original board member of the Lee County Domestic Violence Council, and frequently speaks or teaches at various local meetings and schools. He also founded the Chevra Kadisha of Fort Myers. Rabbi Sendrow has published articles and sermons in several publications including The American Rabbi, and a story in Chicken Soup for the Jewish Soul. He blogs and podcasts on various subjects at www.rabbiben.org. He lives in Fort Myers with his wife, Arlene, and their three children, Evan, Sammy, and Rachel. Rabbi Sendrow continues his musical career on euphonium with the Edison State College Concert Band, and at home with his guitar. He also manages to find time for reading, photography, and sports.
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shaareytefilla.org, 23 Dec 2013 [cached]
Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow Rabbi Sendrow's Sermons
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Our Administrator, Andrea Leopold, and our Rabbi, Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow, love to chat with people interested in Shaarey Tefilla.
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Rabbi Sendrow gives a sermon on most Friday nights. The title is usually available in advance through Twitter and Facebook. We begin at 6:30pm. The service is approximately 90 minutes long.
Our Shabbat morning service is longer and more Hebrew intensive. We do a full Torah reading, and Rabbi Sendrow usually presents a D'var Torah (literally "a word of Torah;" a little talk on the Torah reading of the week.) This is a service at which experienced shul-goers will feel at home.
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By Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow 8/3/2012
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shaareytefilla.org, 23 Nov 2012 [cached]
Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow Rabbi Sendrow's Sermons
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Our Administrator, Andrea Leopold, and our rabbi, Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow, love to chat with people interested in Shaarey Tefilla.
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Rabbi Sendrow gives a sermon on most Friday nights. The title is usually available in advance through Twitter and Facebook. We begin at 6:30pm. The service is approximately 90 minutes long.
Our Shabbat morning service is longer and more Hebrew intensive. We do a full Torah reading, and Rabbi Sendrow usually presents a D'var Torah (literally "a word of Torah;" a little talk on the Torah reading of the week.) This is a service at which experienced shul-goers will feel at home.
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By Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow 8/3/2012
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