RabbiAbrams

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4022 EAST GREENWAY ROAD 11-310
4022 EAST GREENWAY ROAD 11-310
Phoenix, AZ 85032
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602-492-3635
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Gender: Male
Children: 4
Religion: Jewish - Transdenominational, Traditional, Progressive, Orthodox, Conservative
Profession: Other, Tutor, Synagogue Professional, Rabbinic Pastor, Rabbi, Outreach Professional, Educator, Program Professional
Birthday: November 13
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

About Me

Alan Abrams entered into the Rabbinate in 2002 and was ordained in 2008 in Jerusalem.

Sometimes called "The Networking Rabbi" for his past community outreach within the Phoenix/Scottsdale Networking world, Rabbi Abrams is available for all life cycle events, including weddings, hospital visitation, hospice care and end-of-life counseling and services, as well as conversion and Judaic study.

His Judaic studies range from Los Angeles to New York to Jerusalem, where Rabbi Abrams has learned with some of the highest regarded Rabbanim in the world. A inaugural Student at the first Conservative Day School in Los Angeles, studying under Rabbis Jacob Pressman and Stuart Kelman, he also trained under the wings of Rabbi Hillel Silverman and Chazzanim Carl Urstein (z"l) and Joseph Gole, he has literally learned from those who "wrote the book and the music" enjoyed by millions of Jews worldwide. The Urstein-Gole Shacharit has been the standard in Tefilah for over thirty years. His highlights in education have been having had the opportunity to study Talmud with R' Pesach Schindler in Jerusalem. His expertise, however, resides in Palliative Care Services, providing support and comfort in End-of-Life events.

He is available for any spiritual need. To contact Rabbi Abrams Sunday through Sundown Friday, please send a short note to rabbiabrams@live.com. For emergencies including injury, illness, hospitalization or other events that may require immediate pastoral care, please call the Rabbi at 602.492.EMEK. He is available Twenty-Four hours a day.

Rabbi Abrams the proud father of Sara, Zac, Dylan and Tyler.

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