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Temple Shalom

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Temple Shalom

175 Temple Street

Newton, Massachusetts,02465

United States

Company Description

As such, Temple Shalom provides a meeting place, a sacred space for worship, and an educational and social resource for Jews of all ages. Our goal is to include all members of our faith. Our congregants, representing the great diversity of the Jewish populatio... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

Task Force on the Jewish Family of the Commission on Synagogue Relations of the United Jewish Appeal-Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York


Affiliations

Newton Public Schools

Active Member


JChoice.org

Board of Advisors Member


Central Conference of American Rabbis

Treasurer of the Northeast Region


Massachusetts Board of Rabbis

Member of Executive Board


URJ Task Force on Youth Suicide

Dean of Faculty and Chairperson of the Education Committee


Commission on Synagogue Relations

Adult Learning Committee


Hebrew College Rabbinic School

Adjunct Faculty Member


Rabbinic Advisory Committee of JChoice.org

Member


Mass. Full Story

Representative


Mass.

Representative


The Interreligious Center on Public Life

Board Member


Etgar L'Noar

Board Member


Shalom Hartman Institute

Senior Rabbinic Fellow


UJA-Federation of Bergen

Board Member


North Jersey Board of Rabbis

Member


Jersey-West Hudson Valley Association of Reform Rabbis

Member


Values Board

Member


UAHC Press

Member, National Committee On Temple Youth


Catholic Charities of Mississippi

Founder, Chairperson of the Jackson Clergy Network, Board Member


Community Stewpot , Inc.

Founder, Chairperson of the Jackson Clergy Network, Board Member


Faith

Member


Education

State University of New York at Albany


year Rabbinic Leadership Initiative

Shalom Hartman Institute


Master of Arts

Hebrew Literature

HUC-JIR


Web References(114 Total References)


Board of Advisors Rabbi Eric Gurvis - Jchoice.org

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Rabbi Eric Gurvis
Rabbi Eric Gurvis Board of Advisors Rabbi Eric Gurvis - Jchoice.org Advisory Board Rabbi Eric Gurvis became Senior Rabbi of Temple Shalom on July 19, 1999. His rabbinic career spans over 20 years including synagogues in New York City, Jackson, Mississippi, and Teaneck, New Jersey before coming to Temple Shalom. Rabbi Gurvis is a recognized leader of youth and camping programs in the Union of Reform Judaism. He currently serves as Dean of Faculty and Chairperson of the Education Committee for the URJ Eisner and Crane Lake Camps. Rabbi Gurvis served as chairperson of the Committee on Youth for the Central Conference of American Rabbis from 1986-1993.(CCAR is the professional organization of the North American Reform rabbinate). Rabbi Gurvis serves on the National Board of ARZA the Association of Reform Zionists of America and has served on the Commission on Social Action of the URJ. Rabbi Gurvis has been active in interfaith affairs, having served as president of the Mississippi Religious Leadership Conference, founding chairperson of the Jackson Clergy Network, and as first chairperson of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Bergen and North Hudson Counties' task force on Inter Group Relations. He is an active member of the Newton Clergy Association. He is past-chairperson of the Boston Area Reform Rabbis group, Treasurer of the Northeast Region of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, and is a member of Executive Board of the Massachusetts Board of Rabbis. He also serves on the Adult Learning Committee of the Commission on Jewish Continuity of Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston. Rabbi Gurvis served as an Adjunct Professor of Religious Studies at Marymount Manhattan College in New York City and has taught at Tougaloo College and at Millsaps College in Jackson. Rabbi Gurvis is the author of the Teacher's Guide for Why Be Different? a Look Into Judaism, published by Behrman House, West Orange, New Jersey. He was a contributor to the URJ publication A Taste of Judaism: Are You Curious - Program Guide. Rabbi Gurvis and his wife Laura have four children: Benjamin, Sarah, Aaron and Jacob and reside in Newton. Rabbi Gurvis may be contacted via email at egurvis@templeshalom.org.


Temple Shalom

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Rabbi Eric Gurvis
Rabbi Eric S. Gurvis Rabbi Eric Gurvis became Senior Rabbi of Temple Shalom on July 19, 1999. His rabbinic career spans almost 30 years including synagogues in New York City, Jackson, Mississippi, and Teaneck, New Jersey before coming to Temple Shalom. Rabbi Gurvis is a recognized leader of youth and camping programs in the Union of Reform Judaism. He served as Dean of Faculty and Chairperson of the Education Committee for the URJ Eisner and Crane Lake Camps from 1995-2011 and as chairperson of the Committee on Youth for the Central Conference of American Rabbis from 1986-1993. (CCAR is the professional organization of the North American Reform rabbinate). Rabbi Gurvis has served on the National Board of ARZA the Association of Reform Zionists of America and the Commission on Social Action of the URJ. Rabbi Gurvis has been active in interfaith affairs, having served as president of the Mississippi Religious Leadership Conference, founding chairperson of the Jackson Clergy Network, and as first chairperson of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Bergen and North Hudson Counties' task force on Inter Group Relations. He has served as President of the Newton Clergy Association since 2009. He is past-chairperson of the Boston Area Reform Rabbis group, and is a past-president of the Massachusetts Board of Rabbis. He has served on the Adult Learning Committee of the Commission on Jewish Continuity of Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston, and is member of the Board of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston. He is also a member of the Rabbinic Advisory Committee of JChoice.org and of the Hebrew College Rabbinic School. In 2008 Rabbi Gurvis was honored by Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston with the Rabbinic Achievement Award. In March of 2009 he was recognized by the Mayyim Hayyim Living Waters Mikvah and Education Center as the recipient of their Nachshon Award for Leadership. He is currently a part of the 3-year Rabbinic Leadership Initiative of the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem. Rabbi Gurvis served as an Adjunct Professor of Religious Studies at Marymount Manhattan College in New York City and has taught at Tougaloo College and at Millsaps College in Jackson. He has also served as an Adjunct Faculty member at the Hebrew College Rabbinic School. Rabbi Gurvis is the author of the Teacher's Guide for Why Be Different? A Look Into Judaism, published by Behrman House, West Orange, New Jersey. He was a contributor to the URJ publication A Taste of Judaism: Are You Curious - Program Guide. Rabbi Gurvis and his wife Laura have four children: Benjamin, Sarah, Aaron and Jacob and reside in Newton. Rabbi Gurvis may be contacted via email ategurvis@templeshalom.org.


www.templeshalom.org

Rabbi Eric Gurvis
Rabbi Eric S. Gurvis Rabbi Eric Gurvis became Senior Rabbi of Temple Shalom on July 19, 1999. His rabbinic career spans over 20 years including synagogues in New York City, Jackson, Mississippi, and Teaneck, New Jersey before coming to Temple Shalom. Rabbi Gurvis is a recognized leader of youth and camping programs in the Union of Reform Judaism. He currently serves as Dean of Faculty and Chairperson of the Education Committee for the URJ Eisner and Crane Lake Camps. Rabbi Gurvis served as chairperson of the Committee on Youth for the Central Conference of American Rabbis from 1986-1993.(CCAR is the professional organization of the North American Reform rabbinate). Rabbi Gurvis serves on the National Board of ARZA the Association of Reform Zionists of America and has served on the Commission on Social Action of the URJ. Rabbi Gurvis has been active in interfaith affairs, having served as president of the Mississippi Religious Leadership Conference, founding chairperson of the Jackson Clergy Network, and as first chairperson of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Bergen and North Hudson Counties' task force on Inter Group Relations. He is an active member of the Newton Clergy Association. He is past-chairperson of the Boston Area Reform Rabbis group, Treasurer of the Northeast Region of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, and is a member of Executive Board of the Massachusetts Board of Rabbis. He also serves on the Adult Learning Committee of the Commission on Jewish Continuity of Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston. Rabbi Gurvis served as an Adjunct Professor of Religious Studies at Marymount Manhattan College in New York City and has taught at Tougaloo College and at Millsaps College in Jackson. Rabbi Gurvis is the author of the Teacher's Guide for Why Be Different? a Look Into Judaism, published by Behrman House, West Orange, New Jersey. He was a contributor to the URJ publication A Taste of Judaism: Are You Curious - Program Guide. Rabbi Gurvis and his wife Laura have four children: Benjamin, Sarah, Aaron and Jacob and reside in Newton. Rabbi Gurvis may be contacted via email ategurvis@templeshalom.org.


ICPL - About ICPL

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Rabbi Eric Gurvis
Senior Rabbi of Temple Shalom


Massachusetts Faith Leaders for Freedom | Freedom Massachusetts

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Rabbi Eric Gurvis, Temple Shalom of Newton


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