Overview

Congregation Anshai Lebowitz desires a passionate and energetic, part-time spiritual leader to conduct Shabbat and Holiday services, officiate at life-cycle events and to expand our membership.  All candidates with rabbinical (Orthodox or Conservative) or cantorial training will be considered.

Work Remotely: no
Qualifications:

• Rabbinic ordination or cantorial investiture
• Knowledge of and familiarity with Orthodox Judaism
• Experience leading a variety of Shabbat & holiday service formats
• Willingness to read the full Torah parsha for Shabbat and holidays

Position Start Date: Negotiable
Salary Range: Negotiable
Benefits:

On-premises parsonage.

Community Description:

Congregation Anshai Lebowitz is a small, unique congregation over 100 years old, located in Mequon, a city at the northern boundary of the Milwaukee, Wisconsin metropolitan area on beautiful Lake Michigan.
Congregation Anshai Lebowitz practices "modern orthodoxy with an inclusive approach," where men and women are allowed their choice of separate or mixed seating, while at the same time adhering to an Orthodox service currently using the Koren Sacks Siddur (Nusach Sefard) and counting only men for Minyans (regardless of their seating choice).

Timing Expectations: Salary will be for a part time position, approximately 20-25 hours per week, which includes Saturday Sabbath Services, occasional Friday Sabbath Services, Holiday Services and attending Special Synagogue Events.
Send resumes and cover letter to:

AnshaiLebowitz@gmail.com and dan@chudnowlaw.com and
Congregation Anshai Lebowitz
Attn: Dan Chudnow
2415 West Mequon Road
Mequon, WI 53092

About Congregation Anshai Lebowitz Mequon WI

Congregation Anshai Lebowitz is a small, unique congregation over 100 years old, located in Mequon, a city at the northern boundary of the Milwaukee, Wisconsin metropolitan area on beautiful Lake Michigan.

Congregation Anshai Lebowitz practices "modern orthodoxy with an inclusive approach," where men and women are allowed their choice of separate or mixed seating, while at the same time  adhering to an Orthodox service currently using the Koren Sacks Siddur (Nusach Sefard) and counting only men for Minyans (regardless of their seating choice).