Rabbi Amirit Rosen & Rabbi David Goodman

Kehilat Moreshet Avraham

Rabbi Amirit Rosen

Q: What do you do to relax?  How do you like to spend your down time?
A: Gardening, being in nature, swimming, yoga, meditation, signing, being with animals

Q: What are your dreams for your community?
A: A local and global Jewish spiritual center encompassing study, social involvement and emotional development

Q: What are your community’s greatest challenges?
A: My challenge is letting go of external ideals and goals and recognizing my individual talents and focusing on how to apply them best to the needs of my community.


Rabbi David Goodman

Q: If you were to give a Ted talk to 50 million people – what would be the title?
A: The Return of God to the Intellectual Discourse of the 21st Century

Q: What are your dreams for your community?
A: Our dreams are to create a center, a community, where traditional Torah ideas are put into conversation with critical questioning

Q: Who inspires you and in what way?
A: I’m inspired by our members who find time daily for the community even given their busy lives.