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Our Clergy - Temple Concord Syracuse

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Rabbi Daniel Fellman is the Rabbi at Temple Concord in Syracuse, NY.  He formerly served as Assistant and Associate Rabbi at Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple in New Brunswick, NJ. He graduated from Colorado College with a degree in political science in 1996 and the Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion with a master’s degree in Hebrew Letters in 2004 and was ordained in 2005. Rabbi Fellman’s community involvements are many.  He was selected for Forty Under Forty in Syracuse in 2011.  He currently serves on the Board of Interfaith Works and on the City/County Human Rights Commission.  He also serves on the board of the Jewish Federation, the Community Relations Committee of the Jewish Federation of Central New York, and the University Hill Corporation.  He served as a White House intern in the Clinton administration and was a Japan-US Senate Scholar. Rabbi Fellman is married to Melissa and is the father of two sons, Zachary and Jacob, and one daughter, Elizabeth.

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Email: rabbifellman@templeconcord.org

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Cantor Kari Siegel Eglash

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Cantor Kari Siegel Eglash joined Temple Concord in July 2014 and serves as both cantor and direct or of education. Originally from Milwaukee, WI, she was ordained in 2001 from Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music at the Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion.

Cantor Eglash served two congregations before coming to Temple Concord: most recently, for 10 years at Temple Israel in Tulsa, OK and before that, Temple Chaverim in Plainview, NY. While studying for her Master’s theses, Cantor Eglash enrolled in the Weinreich Summer Yiddish Program at Columbia University where she indulged in her love for all things Yiddish. Cantor Eglash’s journey to the cantorate took her from Beloit College, where she earned her BA in history, to Tata, Hungary, where she taught English to high-school students, to five years in the business world of investment and finance. Through all of these experiences her, love of Judaism, history, teaching, history, and music remained strong and led her to her true calling—the life of a cantor. She, her husband Joe, their daughter, Ari, and son Judah, are so happy to be a part of this very special Temple Concord community.

Cantor Kari can be contacted cantoreglash@templeconcord.org.

Sun, November 19 2017 1 Kislev 5778