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Peter B. Schaktman

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Phone: (440) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Ohio , United States
Oberlin College
13 South Main Street ( 2Nd Floor )
Oberlin , Ohio 44074
United States

Company Description: Oberlin College is an independent undergraduate liberal arts college. Its 2800 students are enrolled in two divisions, the College of Arts and Sciences and the...   more

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  • B.A.
    Haverford College
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Our Leadership | Temple Emanu-El, 4 June 2012 [cached]
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. (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:
Counseling & Spiritual Care Center of Hawaii :: Board of Directors, 13 Nov 2012 [cached]
Rabbi Peter Schaktman Rabbi, Temple Emanu-El
Cannabis Community Coalition [cached]
-Rabbi Peter Schaktman, president of the Greater New York Council of Reform Synagogues
UAHC Online Press Room, 25 Dec 1999 [cached]
Rabbi Peter Schaktman , who served as the associate director of the Greater New York Council of Reform Synagogues ( GNYCRS ) for more than four years , became director of the UAHC's Department of Small and New Congregations in December.The department serves the unique needs of small congregations ( fewer than 250 households ) and congregations that have joined the Union within the past two years.
UAHC Online Press Room, 22 May 2001 [cached]
"Membership in the UAHC offers boundless opportunities to growing synagogues," said Rabbi Peter Schaktman, Director of the UAHC's Department of Small and New Congregations."UAHC membership enables these congregations to send their youth to UAHC camps, exposing them to a wider spectrum of Jewish life.It provides them with help and guidance in areas where they need it.And it allows them to become a part of the North American Reform community, where they can exchange ideas with Jewish leaders from across the continent."
The new congregations range in size from under 50 households to nearly 200, and are located in communities from Louisiana to Ontario to Seattle.As part of the largest and fastest-growing Jewish movement in North America, they will have access to innovative UAHC worship programming, the opportunity to explore adult education programs and worship retreats, and the support of UAHC staff members in both their local areas and at Union headquarters in New York.
"Every one of these congregations has a wholly unique approach to Reform Judaism, tied to its community, with its own blend of tradition and modernity," Schaktman said."Each is a welcome addition to the UAHC."
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The Union of American Hebrew Congregations is the central body of Reform Judaism in North America, representing over 1.5 million Reform Jews in over 900 congregations.UAHC services include camps, music and book publishing, outreach to unaffiliated and intermarried Jews, educational programming, and the Religious Action Center in Washington, DC..
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