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Rabbi Danny Wolff

   Rabbi Danny Wolff

Prior to his tenure in Paramus, Rabbi Wolff was an assistant rabbi at Ohab Zedek (OZ) on the upper west side of Manhattan for 5 years. After a sabbatical, learning in Lakewood and living in Highland Park, Rabbi Wolff, Chaviva and their three daughters, Shira, Leora and Tali, came to Beth Tefillah in February of 2003.

 

Throughout his time with us, Rabbi Wolff has fostered a warm and inclusive atmosphere through his kind, sensitive nature. During his tenure, Rabbi Wolff has introduced a broad range of programs, classes and events, including lectures by well-known scholars from diverse fields; concerts and choirs; films and holiday events. The rabbi has studied with Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, mentored rabbinic interns and recruited youth directors.

 

Over the years, Rabbi Wolff and Chaviva and their daughters have generously opened their home to host many events, from annual Chanukah parties, to Sheva Brachot and Shabbat Onegs. They both devote their time and selves to attend to many details and needs within the community, and many individuals have benefitted through the years from their kindness, generosity and sensitivity.

 

Our community is truly fortunate to have the Wolffs as our leaders. We’ve enjoyed watching the girls grow up and look forward to sharing many more years together, as Paramus grows.

 

Questions for the Rabbi? email him at danielwolff@optonline.net

 

Associate Rabbi Shmuel and Rebbetzin Kayla Goldstein

A dynamic speaker, Rabbi Goldstein is inspired to encourage others to strive to find their place in Judaism. Prior to joining Congregation Beth Tefillah, Rabbi Goldstein served as a rabbi at the Ohr Shlomo Chassidic Center of Pomona, NY, and the rabbi of the Beth El Jewish Center of Flatbush.

Rabbi Goldstein and his wife, Kayla, an experienced educator and teacher in her own right, are dedicated to facilitating growth in the Jewish community and are looking forward to joining the Paramus community with their two children, Shira Emunah and Eitan Simcha.

Originally from Monsey, NY, and Jerusalem, Israel, Rabbi Goldstein has Rabbinic Ordination from Yeshiva University and a BA in Psychology from Touro College. Rebbetzin Kayla, born in Melbourne, Australia, and raised in Monsey, NY, and Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel, has a degree in architectural engineering and currently runs her own interior design firm and her organization “Questioning the Answers,” where she lectures regularly, and is a published author with Mosaica Press.

Rabbi Goldstein can be reached at mosheshmuelgoldstein@gmail.com

 

Fri, May 17 2024 9 Iyyar 5784