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Morris W. Barzilai

Spiritual Leader

Sinai Free Synagogue

HQ Phone:  (914) 664-1727

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Sinai Free Synagogue

550 North Columbus Avenue

Mount Vernon, New York, 10552

United States

Company Description

Sinai Free Synagogue serves many of the surrounding communities in the Bronx and lower Westchester that are just minutes away, including Pelham, New Rochelle, Bronxville, Tuckahoe, Crestwood, Eastchester and Yonkers. ...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Honorary Director

CF Sites


Rabbi

Greenwood Village , CO


Community Service Associates Inc


Affiliations

UJA Federation of New York

Member of the Synergy Rabbinic Advisory Committee


Counseling Center

Board Member


Westchester Board

Executive Board


Education

degree

economics and mathematics

Washington University


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Our History | Sinai Free Synagogue

Morris W. Barzilai
Morris W. Barzilai


Spiritual Leaders | Sinai Free Synagogue

Rabbi Morris W. Barzilai
Rabbi Morris (Mo) Barzilai has servedhas served as the spiritual leader of Sinai Free Synagoguesince its inception in 1999, and as a rabbi in Mount Vernon, NY for the past twenty years. His warmth and commitment to the the congregation, staff and wider community have set a tone of openness and trust. In his own words, the rabbi's goal isto reach out to the diverse members of the community and to show them the beauty and meaning of Judaism. Itry to help individuals become more connected to Judaism and to the Jewish people, with a special focus to reach out to those who,for whatever reason, feelmarginally connected. A trustedleader in the area. Rabbi Barzilai is extensively involved in a wide range of ecumenical and civic activities. Hecurrently serves asco-chair of Bronxville, Eastchester and Tuckahoe Interfaith Council and has also been deeplyinvolved as a Board member of the Community ServiceAssociates, which runs a soup kitchen and other programs forthe needy in Mount Vernon. He also serves on the Board of the Counseling Center in Bronxville. I strive to teach Jewish values by touching people's lives, showing them thatsomeone truly cares, and that Judaism has much to offer. In the Jewish Community, Rabbi Barzilai has served on the Executive Board of the Westchester Board of Rabbis andcurrently is a member of the Synergy Rabbinic Advisory Committee of the UJA Federation.. He has been a member ofthe reform movements URJ-CCAR Commission on Outreach and Synagogue Membership. For 13 years he hasserved as Rabbinic faculty at Eisner Camp/Crane Lake in the Berkshires. In 1994, he began his tenure as rabbi ofthe Free Synagogue of Westchester. After his ordination from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in 1989,he became assistant/associaterabbi at Temple Beth-El ofGreat Neck. A native of Chicago, Rabbi Barzilai has a degree in economics and mathematics from Washington University.


Spiritual Leaders | Sinai Free Synagogue

Rabbi Morris W. Barzilai
Rabbi Morris (Mo) Barzilai has servedhas served as the spiritual leader of Sinai Free Synagoguesince its inception in 1999, and as a rabbi in Mount Vernon, NY for the past twenty years. His warmth and commitment to the the congregation, staff and wider community have set a tone of openness and trust. In his own words, the rabbi's goal isto reach out to the diverse members of the community and to show them the beauty and meaning of Judaism. Itry to help individuals become more connected to Judaism and to the Jewish people, with a special focus to reach out to those who,for whatever reason, feelmarginally connected. A trustedleader in the area. Rabbi Barzilai is extensively involved in a wide range of ecumenical and civic activities. Hecurrently serves asco-chair of Bronxville, Eastchester and Tuckahoe Interfaith Council and has also been deeplyinvolved as a Board member of the Community ServiceAssociates, which runs a soup kitchen and other programs forthe needy in Mount Vernon. He also serves on the Board of the Counseling Center in Bronxville. I strive to teach Jewish values by touching people's lives, showing them thatsomeone truly cares, and that Judaism has much to offer. In the Jewish Community, Rabbi Barzilai has served on the Executive Board of the Westchester Board of Rabbis andcurrently is a member of the Synergy Rabbinic Advisory Committee of the UJA Federation.. He has been a member ofthe reform movements URJ-CCAR Commission on Outreach and Synagogue Membership. For 13 years he hasserved as Rabbinic faculty at Eisner Camp/Crane Lake in the Berkshires. In 1994, he began his tenure as rabbi ofthe Free Synagogue of Westchester. After his ordination from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in 1989,he became assistant/associaterabbi at Temple Beth-El ofGreat Neck. A native of Chicago, Rabbi Barzilai has a degree in economics and mathematics from Washington University.


http://www.thejewishweek.com/viewArticle/c36_a17556/News/New_York.html

our past and dealt with the realities of who we are and who we can be," said Rabbi Morris Barzilai, who has been the spiritual leader of Sinai Free Synagogue for the past 15 years.
Half a century ago, Mount Vernon was a center of Westchester's Jewish life, in much the same way that White Plains is today, explained Rabbi Barzilai of Sinai Free Synagogue. "There's Jewish life [in Mount Vernon]," said Rabbi Barzilai.


Westchester.com - Community & People

White Plains, NY - Rabbi Morris Barzilai of Sinai Free Synagogue will discuss Tu B'Shvat -- New Year of the Trees -- on Wednesday, February 15 at 11 AM at the Senior Canteen at 550 N Columbus Avenue in Mt. Vernon. Read more ...


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