Each of us sees the synagogue as something different. For me it may be a spiritual center while for you it provides a sense of kinship. To others it may be a reminder of their heritage or a haven from life's tumult. We can see it as some or all of these things and the list is hardly complete.

Regardless, from ancient times it's the place where, as individuals and a people, we come together with our past, our present and our future. When we unite as a congregation, a loving, extended family, we feel God's touch upon us all the more closely; we find peace when there is strife, comfort when we are sad, delight in the warmth of a loving community, and determination to make the world the better place God knows we can.

Rabbi Kulwin Signature

Clifford M. Kulwin

Rabbi

 has occupied the pulpit of Temple B’nai Abraham since 1999.  In that time he has distinguished himself as a leader whose sermons, addresses and opinion pieces in the Star Ledger and the New Jersey Jewish News have earned him respect in the Jewish community and the...

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Cantor Jessica F. Epstein
Cantor

is a 1998 graduate of the School of Sacred Music of the Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion in New York. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance both from the University of Illinois at...

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Rabbi Faith Joy Dantowitz
Rabbi

joined Temple B’nai Abraham in 2010. Prior to ordination in 1993 at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR) New York campus after studies in Jerusalem, Los Angeles and New York, she graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Moore School of Electrical Engineering and...

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Cantor Emeritus

Doctor of Ministry, a graduate of the School of Sacred Music of the Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion in New York, was invested as a Cantor in 1982. She received her Master of Sacred Theology and Pastoral Counseling Certificate from the New York...

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