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Rabbi Daniel Dorsch

 
Now, more than ever, Jewish people around the world need madrichim, spiritual mentors, to guide them through the complexities of twenty-first century life. As a rabbi, Rabbi Dorsch strives to inspire our community to live a more Torah-centric existence through helping us to understand how Torah enriches our ritual-life, sense of values, and sacred choices. Rabbi Dorsch works to achieve this Torah-centric vision through a willingness to teach Torah while "standing on one foot," by striving to be relatable and accessible, and through a sincere willingness to grow Jewishly alongside our community.
After earning his B.A. degrees from Columbia University and the Albert A. List College at the Jewish Theological Seminary, Rabbi Dorsch received his rabbinical ordination and M.A. in Education from JTS. After being awarded the Reverend Zvi Hirsch Masliansky Prize for Homiletics, he served as an associate rabbi for six years in Livingston, New Jersey.
 
Beyond his role as rabbi at Etz Chaim, Rabbi Dorsch is proud to serve as Vice President of MERCAZ-USA, the Zionist arm of the Conservative Movement, and as a member of USCJ’s Teen Engagement Committee. He is a past member of the Board of Directors for Jewish Family and Career Services of Atlanta, as well as a fellow for Hazon’s Clergy Leadership Incubator program.
 
Rabbi Dorsch can’t wait to meet you for coffee (although he will have the iced tea) and tell you about the new and exciting things taking place at Etz Chaim. Rabbi Dorsch and his wife Amy, an educator at the Epstein School, are the proud parents of Zev and Haley.

Rabbi Albert Slomovitz, Associate Rabbi

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Wed, July 8 2020 16 Tammuz 5780