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Wrong William Fineshriber?

William H. Fineshriber

Rabbi

Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel

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Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel

8339 Old York Road

Elkins Park, Pennsylvania,19027

United States

Company Description

We are committed to producing programs that are intended to appeal to a broad spectrum of ages and tastes, so that a truly inter-generational experience may be shared and enjoyed. We are committed to providing a special and extraordinary welcoming venue to t...more

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Our History | Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel - Elkins Park

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Rabbi William H. Fineshriber
Rabbi William Fineshriber In 1924, Dr. William H. Fineshriber was called to the pulpit of Keneseth Israel. He was the first American-born rabbi to serve the congregation and introduced both the Union Prayer Book and the Bar Mitzvah to KI. (Left) Rabbi Fineshriber presents Albert Einstein honorary membership to Keneseth Israel. Dr. Fineshriber was succeeded in 1949 by Dr. Bertram W. Korn, who grew up in Keneseth Israel.


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Rabbi William Fineshriber, Congregation Children of Israel, Memphis, TN performed the ceremony. (Fink Manuscript, 8; Tucker/Kerstine, 216) This was no arranged marriage, no yenta made the match. . .(Fink Manuscript, 4; Tucker/Kerstine, 216) At first glance, this seemed an odd match between Jake, the dark immigrant, self-educated grammar school drop out, and Freda, tall and willowy, a college graduate as well as an accomplished musician from a wealthy established family.


www.kenesethisrael.org

Rabbi William H. Fineshriber
Rabbi William Fineshriber In 1924, Dr. William H. Fineshriber was called to the pulpit of Keneseth Israel. He was the first American-born rabbi to serve the congregation and introduced both the Union Prayer Book and the Bar Mitzvah to KI. Dr. Fineshriber was succeeded in 1949 by Dr. Bertram W. Korn, who grew up in Keneseth Israel.


www.kenesethisrael.org

The spacious marble main lobby, dedicated to KI's fourth senior rabbi, William Fineshriber, houses portraits of the congregation's senior rabbis and stained glass windows taken from the Broad Street Temple.


History | Temple Israel

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William H. Fineshriber (1915-1924)
Temple Israel Senior Rabbi William Fineshriber (1915-1924)


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