Thursday, April 02, 2020, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Limit: 10 Participants
During the holiday Passover, a time when families usually come together many of us will be apart. Join Rabbi Neal Borovitz as we reflect on what this means to us and the affect on our Jewish lives and maybe how we can still feel together.
Rabbi Borovitz was ordained at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institue of Religion in Cincinnati in 1975. After spending 8 years as a Hillel Rabbi, he spent the next 30 years as a congregational Rabbi (5 years in Brooklyn NY and 25 in River Edge NJ). Rabbi Borovitz has extensive experience in pastoral counseling and has served as a volunteer chaplain at Hackensack University Hospital and has extensive experience in family counseling as well as grief counseling. He has a certificate in educational psychology from University of Texas as well as a BA from Vanderbilt University and an MAHL and DD from HUC-JIR.
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