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Rachel Wohl

Founder

Institute for Judaism for Christian Clergymen

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Institute for Judaism for Christian Clergymen

Background Information

Employment History

President

League for Labor Palestine

Rabbi

Congregation Bene Yeshurun

Rabbi

Cincinnati's Congregation Bene Yeshurun

Affiliations

Member of Board of Governors
Hebrew Union College

Education

University of Cincinnati

University of Chicago Divinity School

honorary degree

HUC-JIR

Web References (2 Total References)


Samuel Wohl Papers

www.americanjewisharchives.org [cached]

Samuel Wohl was born on June 21, 1895 in Novo-Oushitza, Russia to Mordechai and Rachel (Dolberg) Wohl.

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Wohl later graduated from the University of Cincinnati, attended the University of Chicago Divinity School, and was ordained as a rabbi by Hebrew Union College in 1927.He received an honorary degree from HUC-JIR in 1952.
Wohl served as the rabbi at Cincinnati's Congregation Bene Yeshurun (the Isaac Mayer Wise Temple) in 1931.He began as assistant rabbi and later became the Senior Rabbi.He served the congregation until 1966.
Quite engaged in local, national and international communal life, Wohl participated in many organizations.Wohl was a member of Hebrew Union College's Board of Governors.He was a delegate to the World Zionist Congress and was the president of the League for Labor Palestine for ten years.Especially interested in inter-faith work, Wohl founded the Institute for Judaism for Christian Clergymen.He was also the editor ofJewish Frontier.
Wohl married Belle Myers in 1921 and had two sons, Rabbi Amiel Wohl and Dr. Theodore H. Wohl.


MS-106: Samuel Wohl Papers. 1915-1973.

americanjewisharchives.org [cached]

Samuel Wohl was born on June 21, 1895 in Novo-Oushitza, Russia to Mordechai and Rachel (Dolberg) Wohl.

...
Wohl later graduated from the University of Cincinnati, attended the University of Chicago Divinity School, and was ordained as a rabbi by Hebrew Union College in 1927. He received an honorary degree from HUC-JIR in 1952.
Wohl served as the rabbi at Cincinnati's Congregation Bene Yeshurun (the Isaac Mayer Wise Temple) in 1931. He began as assistant rabbi and later became the Senior Rabbi. He served the congregation until 1966.
Quite engaged in local, national and international communal life, Wohl participated in many organizations. Wohl was a member of Hebrew Union College's Board of Governors. He was a delegate to the World Zionist Congress and was president of the League for Labor Palestine for ten years. Especially interested in interfaith work, Wohl founded the Institute for Judaism for Christian Clergymen. He was also the editor ofJewish Frontier.
Wohl married Belle Myers in 1921 and had two sons, Rabbi Amiel Wohl and Dr. Theodore H. Wohl.

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