Temple Emanuel, an intimate, enthusiastic and diverse Conservative synagogue, is looking for a new Senior Rabbi to join our family. Founded in 1949, our congregation (127 units) is a blend of tradition and innovation; we are looking for a leader who will model Conservative Jewish practices in his/her lifestyle, teaching, worship services, and community building. Located in Virginia Beach, just a few blocks from the Atlantic Ocean, Temple Emanuel is a ruach-filled and financially stable synagogue.

Rabbi Qualifications: We are a member of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism so that our rabbi may not perform interfaith marriages and must provide provide religious guidance in accordance with the Conservative Movement.
Work Remotely: no

Must be an ordained rabbi from a recognized seminary.

Position Start Date: July 16, 2021
Send resumes and cover letter to:

Lawrence Weinstein lawrence.weinstein@tevb.org

About Temple Emanuel

Temple Emanuel is an innovative, financially stable synagogue in an oceanfront community located in Virginia Beach: intimate, accepting, and open to all. Dating back to its establishment in 1949, Temple Emanuel has continually embraced its diversity and the many ways in which members express their Jewishness and spirituality. While there are tight bonds with the overall Jewish community, Temple Emanuel is self-sufficient with strong lay leadership, engaged volunteers, a high performing religious school, and a supportive, caring congregation.
We embrace Jewish Diversity in theory and in practice.  We have many interracial and interfaith families in our congregation and on our Board of Directors, and we have LGBTQ representation on both the Board of Directors and the Search Committee.  Keshet’s middle school LGBTQ awareness curriculum is used for our religious school teens.
We practice Tikkun Olam by caring for each other through our G’mach committee, providing worship space to a Reform congregation, holding an annual blood drive, raising money for our local Beach Health Clinic, providing food for the needy via our Food Pantry, and feeding the homeless at the Judeo-Christian Outreach Center.  We build bridges with area churches and mosques through interfaith programs.

For more information about who we are, see our detailed description at http://www.tevb.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/RabbiSearch.pdf