Ben Spratt

Associate Rabbi
Congregation Rodeph Sholom
Participe à 2 sessions
Ben Spratt serves as the Associate Rabbi of Congregation Rodeph Sholom in Manhattan and the Rabbi in Residence of Rodeph Sholom School. His Jewish journey took him through the Orthodox, Reconstructionist, and Renewal worlds; ordained in 2008 at the Jewish Theological Seminary of the Conservative movement, and now serving as a Reform rabbi, Ben’s passion continues to be building community beyond existent walls and boundaries.
In 2009, Ben founded Shireinu, an inclusion initiative for Jewish families with special needs, that now serves as a model for synagogues and churches around the country.  Shireinu continues to receive prominent write-ups in the New York Times, The Jewish Week, Autism Speaks, Huffington Post, Jewish Journal, and Times of Israel, and received numerous awards and grants including the URJ’s Exemplar Award for Inclusion.  Ben serves as co-chair of Inclusion and Disability Awareness for the Central Conference of American Rabbis.  In 2014, Ben co-founded Tribe, a New York City Jewish community that engages Jewish Millennials through grassroots leadership and empowerment.
 

Sessions auxquelles Ben Spratt participe

mardi 21 mars, 2017

Fuseau horaire: EDT/(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
8:15 AM
8:15 AM

Loews Atlanta Hotel - Mercer Ballroom

Worship

Shira Joseph, Congregation Shaaray Shalom (Participant.e)

Matan Koch (Participant.e)

Ben Spratt, Congregation Rodeph Sholom (Participant.e)

Edythe Mencher, Union for Reform Judaism (Participant.e)

Rebecca Dubowe, Moses Montefiore Temple (Participant.e)

Faryn Kates Rudnick, Temple Beth-El, Northbrook, IL (Participant.e)

2:30 PM
2:30 PM
Building Isaiah's Vision 1 heure 30 minutes, 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Loews Atlanta Hotel - Inman

Workshop

Rebecca Dubowe, Moses Montefiore Temple (Participant.e)

Shira Joseph, Congregation Shaaray Shalom (Participant.e)

Faryn Kates Rudnick, Temple Beth-El, Northbrook, IL (Participant.e)

Matan Koch (Participant.e)

Ben Spratt, Congregation Rodeph Sholom (Participant.e)

Edythe Mencher, Union for Reform Judaism (Participant.e)