Norman D. Hirsh

Rabbi at Temple Beth

Wrong Norman Hirsh?

Last Updated 12/27/2003

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Employment History

Religion Courses Teacher  - University of Puget Sound

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Transcript's History: The 60s

Rabbi Norman Hirsh is elected as the new rabbi of Temple Beth Am.Hirsh, 31, is a native of Brooklyn, N.Y. Rabbi William Greenberg becomes rabbi of Congregation Ezra Bessaroth in Seward Park

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This a triumph of unity, an unbelievable achievement," Rabbi Norman Hirsh, a longtime friend and rabbi emeritus of Temple Beth Am in Seattle, said in 1997. By the time of his retirement that year, Rabbi Rosenthal had served the same congregation longer than any other active rabbi in Washington, Oregon, Idaho or Montana. His popularity extended beyond his congregation.He served on many boards, including those for the Tacoma Urban League and MultiCare Health System.He taught religion courses at the University of Puget Sound and wrote a monthly column for The News Tribune. Rabbi Rosenthal was born April 14, 1929, in Germany.When he was 9, he witnessed the Nazis' first widespread violence against Jews during Kristallnacht, the Night of Broken Glass, on Nov. 9, 1938.

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History | Temple Beth Am - Seattle, WA - Member of Union for Reform Judaism

Rabbi Norman Hirsh named new rabbi
Traditional right-to-left-reading Gates of Prayer prayerbook adopted, which included prayers written by Temple Beth Am members and Rabbi Hirsh Rabbi Norman Hirsh retires after 33 years as Temple Beth Am's 4th rabbi

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