Temple Rodeph Torah welcomes Rabbi Marc Disick as our new, interim rabbi. He is joined by Cantor Lisa Levine as cantor and artist-in-residence.
Rabbi Disick will help identify the guiding criteria toward the future of our temple community, especially after the retirement of our long-tenured rabbi. Cantor Levine, a nationally renowned composer, recording artist and worship leader, will work with the congregation and choir on special music programs and services.
This transition is a community process. We are reflecting on who we are as a congregation, what we expect for the future, the needs of our children and how to serve the next generation. Looking beyond the temple, we are assessing our place in the greater Monmouth County community, the Reform Movement and the world.
Temple President Tmima Grinvald says Rabbi Disick and Cantor Levine “will help us shape our future as we build on the legacy and foundation of the caring community we formed in 1980.”