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Peter B. Schaktman

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Union for Reform Judaism

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Union for Reform Judaism

633 Third Avenue

New York City, New York,10017

United States

Company Description

The URJ builds community at every level-from the way we collaborate with congregations, organizations, and individuals to how we make connections across North America to advance contemporary and inclusive Jewish life. We prioritize Tikkun Olam and audacious ho...more

Background Information

Employment History

Rabbi

Oberlin College


Rabbi

Congregation Gemiluth Chassodim


Rabbi

Rabbis for Human Rights-North America


Rabbi

The Awareness Center Inc


President

Greater New York Council of Reform Synagogues


Director

Small Congregations


Interim Director

Union of American Hebrew Congregations Greater New York Council


Rabbi of Seven Years

Hawaii


Associate Director

UAHC Press


Affiliations

Counseling & Spiritual Care Center of Hawaii

Board Member


Central Conference of American Rabbis

Member


American Rabbis.

Member of the Central Conference


JACS Council

Member


Education

Oberlin College


B.A.

Haverford College


D.D.


Web References(101 Total References)


Clergy

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Rabbi Peter B. Schaktman, D.D.
Rabbi Schaktman Rabbi Schaktman received his Rabbinic Ordination from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in 1989. Since that time, the heart of his work has been as a congregational rabbi, where he has found enormous satisfaction learning, teaching, caring for members of the community and creating new approaches to meeting the challenges of synagogue life. As a congregational rabbi, he has served congregations in Houston, Texas; Lake Charles, Louisiana; Livingston Manor, NY; New York City, and Honolulu, Hawai'i. He most recently served as Interim Rabbi of Congregation Gemiluth Chassodim in Alexandria, Louisiana. Rabbi Schaktman also spent nine years working on the staff of the Union for Reform Judaism at their headquarters in Manhattan as a regional and national consultant in program development, synagogue management and the special needs of small congregations. Rabbi Schaktman is a proud graduate of Oberlin College, and is certified in Chemical Dependency and Spiritual Counseling. Prior to becoming a rabbi, he also spent two years living in an Israeli Arab village as a community worker in Arab-Jewish relations as a participant in the Interns for Peace program. In June 2013, Rabbi Schaktman was selected to be a participant in the Alternate Certification for Public School Administrator Program of the state of Hawaii. He completed his residency as a Vice-Principal of the Niu Valley Middle School, a public school on the island of O'ahu, and was provisionally certified as a school administrator in July 2014. He later served as the Vice Principal of King William Lunalilo Elementary School, a Title I school in urban Honolulu.


Our Leadership | Temple Emanu-El

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Temple Emanu-El Rabbi, Peter B. Schaktman
Rabbi Peter B. Schaktman Rabbi Peter Schaktman came to Honolulu in September 2005 to serve as the Interim Rabbi of Temple Emanu-El in. In July 2006, he became the congregation's permanent Spiritual Leader. Rabbi Schaktman received his Rabbinic Ordination from the New York campus of the Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion in 1989. Since that time, the heart of his work has been as a congregational rabbi, where he has found enormous satisfaction learning, teaching, caring for members of the community and creating new approaches to meeting the challenges of synagogue life. As a congregational rabbi, he has served congregations in Houston, TX; Lake Charles, LA; Staten Island, NY and Livingston Manor, NY. He also spent nine years working on the staff of the Union for Reform Judaism at their headquarters in Manhattan as a regional and national consultant in program development, synagogue management and the special needs of small congregations. Rabbi Schaktman is a proud graduate of Oberlin College, and is certified in Chemical Dependency and Spiritual Counseling. Prior to becoming a rabbi, he also spent two years living in an Israeli Arab village as a community worker in Arab-Jewish relations. Whether in sacred worship or in a classroom, in committee meetings or youth group events or his pastoral work, the central goal of his rabbinate has been to study, to teach, and to help others find meaning in their lives through the traditions of Judaism. Rabbi@TempleEmanuElHawaii.com (808) 595-7521 ext 202 If you would like to make an appointment with Rabbi Schaktman, please click this link or call the Executive Director at (808) 595-7521: www.google.com/calendar/selfsched


Temple Emanu-El, Honolulu, HI - Leadership

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Peter B. Schaktman
Rabbi: Peter B. Schaktman Rabbi@TempleEmanuElHawaii.com (808) 595-7521 ext 202 Rabbi Peter Schaktman came to Honolulu in September 2005 to serve as the Interim Rabbi of Temple Emanu-El in.  In July 2006, he became the congregation's permanent Spiritual Leader. Rabbi Schaktman received his Rabbinic Ordination from the New York campus of the Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion in 1989.  Since that time, the heart of his work has been as a congregational rabbi, where he has found enormous satisfaction learning, teaching, caring for members of the community and creating new approaches to meeting the challenges of synagogue life.  As a congregational rabbi, he has served congregations in Houston, TX; Lake Charles, LA; Staten Island, NY and Livingston Manor, NY.  He also spent nine years working on the staff of the Union for Reform Judaism at their headquarters in Manhattan as a regional and national consultant in program development, synagogue management and the special needs of small congregations. Rabbi Schaktman is a proud graduate of Oberlin College, and is certified in Chemical Dependency and Spiritual Counseling.  Prior to becoming a rabbi, he also spent two years living in an Israeli Arab village as a community worker in Arab-Jewish relations. 


Welcome to Temple Beth El, Dubuque, Iowa

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According to Rabbi Peter Schaktman, former director of the organization's Department of Small Congregations, there are approximately 475 congregations of 250 members or less across the United States.


Rabbis who signed the Rabbinic Letter Against Torture | Rabbis for Human Rights - North America

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Rabbi Peter Schaktman, Honolulu, Hawaii


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