A prominent Brooklyn rabbi who left the clergy world last year has taken a leadership post at a major cultural and community center in New York.
Newly discovered accounting errors at Brooklyn’s Congregation Beth Elohim forced the synagogue to lay off 12 employees — just as Rabbi Andy Bachman announced he’s leaving.
Rabbi Andy Bachman announced that he will step down as senior rabbi at Congregation Beth Elohim in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood.
How do you deal with Israel from the pulpit? Insist that people visit, roll up their sleeves and dig in. Otherwise, it’s all just talk. And God knows there’s plenty of that to go around.
Newsweek’s ‘Top Rabbis’ list spotlights well-known names. The Forward told stories of real-world leadership — and there was little overlap.
Brooklyn’s Congregation Beth Elohim swapped sanctuaries with the Old First Reformed Church after ceiling mishaps. So when the temple scored a big grant, it gave the church $15,000.