Rabbi Jeremy Fine (Learn about Rabbi Fine in the Community)
Rabbi Fine joined the Congregation in the Summer of 2012 after finishing Rabbinic School at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City.  Rabbi Jeremy Fine was born and raised in Chicago Illinois. After graduating from the University of Illinois in Champaign/Urbana Rabbi Fine began a Masters in Jewish Education which he completed in 2011. Rabbi Fine was ordained from the Jewish Theological Seminary in 2012. During his time at JTS he spent two years in Israel studying at the Conservative Yeshiva and the Machon Schechter Institute. While at JTS, Rabbi Fine received the William H. Lebeau Book Award and the Rabbi Morris Silverman Award in Liturgy. He also completed certificates in fundraising from New York University and Rav Hamakshir (Kashrut Supervision) from JTS. He completed a Mini-MBA for Non-Profit Organizations in December 2014 from St. Thomas University. Rabbi Fine served as the student Rabbi at Congregation Sons of Israel in Amsterdam, NY and the Rabbinic Assistant and Director of Congregational Learning at Beth El Synagogue Center in New Rochelle, NY.

 

In 2014 Rabbi Fine was promoted to Associate Rabbi at Temple of Aaron. Throughout 2014 Rabbi Fine garnered national attention being named one of the Forward Magazine’s Most Inspiring Rabbis in America. Later he was selected to deliver an ELI Talk entitled “Realigning the Synagogue Playbook.” He also has spoken at various conferences throughout the country on young professional engagement including the 2013 USCJ Centennial.

 

Rabbi Jeremy and his wife Jessica are parents to Annie and Trudy and are happy to be a part of the Temple of Aaron family. If you have any questions about synagogue life or would like to chat with Rabbi Fine you can email Rabbi Jeremy Fine or call 651-698-8874 ext 112.