RABBINIC SEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT AND JOB DESCRIPTION
Kenesset Torah Center is a Modern Orthodox Synagogue. We are looking for a Rabbi to assume fulltime responsibilities.
Kenesset Israel Torah Center was founded in 1983. It is a friendly and warm synagogue serving the Orthodox community of Sacramento CA.
We are a dynamic group with a pioneer spirit, and we feel privileged to live in the capital city of California.
- The Synagogue is looking for a Rabbi who has received an Orthodox smicha.
- One of the important goals of our congregation is to attract younger families, therefore, a rabbi with experience in reaching out to a diverse community will be given serious consideration.
- In addition to serving the current membership the rabbi would need to reach out into the community to bring in new members.
- Besides the usual Shabbat and Holiday expectations, pastoral and educational duties, the rabbi should bring energy to his functions and lead appropriate programming.
- Given the varied make-up of the Sacramento Jewish community, the rabbinic candidate must have the ability to relate to people from all different backgrounds: Habad, Conservative and Reform groups and serve on the local board of rabbis.
- Members of the Orthodox community are currently meeting specific local needs such as kashrut, mikveh, and eruv supervision.
- Kenesset Israel Torah Center is within a 5-minute commute from the Jewish community day school (Shalom School,) and about 20 minutes from the Jewish Federation of Sacramento, located in downtown Sacramento.
- Housing options are available within the eruv.
- Living in Sacramento is a wonderful opportunity. Sacramento is known for its pleasant climate, enjoyable and affordable living experience. We are close to the Bay area as well as the Sierra Mountains.
- Information of Interest to Applying Candidates
|Joel Zeff, Rabbi
Simone Clay and Nathaniel Melman,
P.O. Box 255503, Sacramento, CA 95865
KITC is a member of the OU
|Kenesset Israel Torah Center
1159 Morse Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95864
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