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Rabbi Daniel Kirzane


Rabbi Daniel Kirzane was ordained from Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion in May, 2014. He spent the first year post ordination as assistant rabbi to Congregation Beth Haverim Shir Shalom, in Mahwah, NJ. In addition to his rabbinic ordination, Rabbi Kirzane received a Master’s Degree in Hebrew Letters (2013), a Master’s Degree in Religious Education (2012), and wrote his rabbinical thesis on: “Making Magic: Ritual in Reform Jewish Education.” Rabbi Kirzane was recognized by HUC-JIR for his scholarship and commitment to social justice issues through numerous fellowships, including: T’ruah Rabbinical Student Fellowship in Human Rights, Tikvah Seminar on Jews and the American Ethos, CLAL: Rabbis Without Borders Rabbinical Student Fellowship, and Wexner Graduate Fellow-ship. Among his rabbinical school awards and prizes are: Rabbi Samuel J. Levinson Prize for Interest and Achievement in Religion and Humanities, Rabbi Bernard M. Cohen Award for Ecumenical Studies, Anselm Rothschild Memorial Prize in Talmud, Martin Berman Memorial Prize for Proficiency in Philosophy, Rabbi Malcolm Stern Memorial Prize for Contributing to the Campus, and Herman Snyder Alumni Prize for Academic Excellence. Rabbi Kirzane and his spouse, Jessica, have a son, Jeremiah.

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