Today is March 29, 2017 -


StevenAbrahamRabbi Steven Abraham graduated from the rabbinical school at the Jewish Theological Seminary in May of 2011, where he also received a Masters of Arts in Jewish Education. Before attending JTS, the rabbi graduated from the University of Baltimore with a degree in Business Management.

While in rabbinical school, Rabbi Abraham served as an intern at Congregation Beth Shalom in Chicago, as well as at Congregation Habonim in New York. For years, he was actively involved with USY, from his time as a participant in high school, to his service as a group leader for numerous summer programs, and in his current position as director of USY on Wheels.

Rabbi Abraham came to Beth El as Assistant Rabbi in July of 2011 with his wife Shira and baby girl Naama. Rabbi Abraham was named Beth El’s congregational Rabbi in August of 2013. The congregation celebrated the arrival of his son Leor in February of 2014.

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Upcoming Events

A Wisdom Tradition
Tuesday afternoons at Whole Foods or Wednesday Evenings at Beth El
January 31 – April 4

Join Rabbi Abraham for his new class based on topics covered in Jewish Wisdom: Ethical, Spiritual, and Historical Lessons from the Great Works and Thinkers by Rabbi Joseph Telushkin. In Jewish Wisdom, Rabbi Telushkin looks at difficult questions such as: “Is it ever ok to lie?”, “When to give and when not give Tzedakah”, “Are we commanded to love our enemies” and many more. We will use Rabbi Telushkin’s book as a jumping off point to look at issues facing our family and friends in 2017. Click here to learn more and to register.

Scholar in Residence – JewAsian
March 31 – April 2

Meet and learn with Helen Kiyong Kim and Noah Samual Leavitt, authors of JewAsian. On Friday, March 31 join us at 5:15 pm for “pre-neg” appetizers. After services, Kim and Leavitt will discuss, “The Making of JewAsian.” They will also speak at Shabbat morning & evening service son April 1, and they will be featured as our Sunday Speakers on April 2. Learn more.

High Holy Days Sermons