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After a long, pandemic-enforced wait, we are thrilled to announce that we will come together as a community to celebrate the Installation of Shoshanah Conover as Senior Rabbi at a festive Shabbat Service on August 19 and the Installation of Rena Singer as Assistant Rabbi during a celebratory Shabbat Service on September 9.


Learn more about Rabbi Conover's Installation

Learn more about Rabbi Singer's Installation

Rabbi Conover's Installation as Senior Rabbi

FRIDAY | AUG. 19 | 6:15 PM
22 Av 5782

Join us for Shabbat as we celebrate Rabbi Conover's installation as our Senior Rabbi, and continue the celebration with us afterwards with good food and company! 

We encourage you to leave a special message for Rabbi Conover celebrating her installation as Senior Rabbi!

Feel free to share your favorite memory, photo, or send well-wishes on a platform called Kudoboard.  Kudoboard is a virtual bulletin board of messages, gifs, and photos where participants can celebrate special occasions and milestones, share memories, and send congratulations to a recipient. After the celebration, the messages on the Kudoboard can be preserved as a keepsake book and played as a slideshow on the Temple Sholom website. 


Rabbi Conover will be inviting special guest and mentor, Lawrence, A. Hoffman, Rabbi; PH.D.

Dr. Lawrence A. Hoffman was ordained as a rabbi in 1969, received his Ph.D. in 1973, and taught from then until 2019 at HUC-JIR/New York. From 1984 to 1987, he also directed the School of Sacred Music. In 2003, he was named the first Barbara and Stephen Friedman Professor of Liturgy, Worship and Ritual. He taught classes in liturgy, ritual, spirituality, theology and synagogue leadership. For almost forty years, he has combined research, teaching, and a passion for the spiritual renewal of North American Judaism. Read more.


Rabbi Singer's Installation as Assistant Rabbi

FRIDAY | SEPT. 9 | 6:15 PM
13 Elul 5782

Join us for Shabbat as we celebrate Rabbi Singer's installation as our Assistant Rabbi! 


Rabbi Singer will be inviting special guest and mentor, Rabbi Sara Luria

Sara (she/her) is a rabbi, founder, and, at her best, cultivator of ideas and dreams. She is currently leading Beloved, a network of spiritual leaders planting new projects and communities, after her 4 years as spiritual leader of Beloved Brooklyn. Prior to Beloved, Sara was the founder and executive director of ImmerseNYC: A Community Mikveh Project, now part of the JCC Manhattan.  Read more.

Register for the installations


Mon, August 8 2022 11 Av 5782