Rabbi Tom Alpert is pleased to be part of the Temple Etz Chaim community. He was ordained from the New York campus of the Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion in 2000 after a previous career as a lawyer. Since his ordination, he has served congregations in Malden, Brookline, and Marlborough, as well as having served as an interim rabbi in Madison, Connecticut. He has completed advanced training in congregational transition and change. During his legal career, he worked in private and public practice, including as an Assistant Attorney General in the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General. He received his BA from Yale University in 1976, AM in American History from Harvard University in 1977, JD from Harvard Law School in 1982, and MAHL from HUC-JIR in 1999. Rabbi Alpert is married to Eileen Hagerty. They have three children: David, Katherine, and Andrew. He is happiest when Jews are involved in building community, worshiping with intention, and repairing the world, and when in addition to all this the Red Sox win.
Jim Derick – Chapters091 Climate Crises 2050 57m23s [2-2-138-2 A free educational Franklin community-wide forum on the Climate Crisis, a subject you may have questions about, will be held Thursday, October 17, 2019, from 7- 9pm at Elks Lodge, 1077 Pond Street, Franklin, MA. 02038. This is a unique opportunity for the community to discover […]