Temple Beth Kodesh is pleased to have Rabbi Michael C. Simon as our spiritual leader.
"Ivdu et hashem b'simcha" (Serve God with joy!) is Rabbi Simon's motto. He brings that joy and enthusiasm to our pulpit through his meaningful and topical sermons, innovative and interesting services, programs, classes and lectures.
A native of Brooklyn, NY, Rabbi Simon is a graduate of the Yeshivah of Flatbush and obtained rabbinic ordination/semicha from the Mesifta Adas Wolkowisk. He received a BA in Political Science from Pace University, a JD from Fordham University, and an MA in Jewish Studies from Gratz College.
Rabbi Simon practiced law for 20 years before turning to the rabbinate full-time. Rabbi Simon is also an Adjunct Professor of Rabbinics at Gratz College, a faculty member of the Florence Melton Adult Mini-School, a popular lecturer on topics related to rabbinic literature and early rabbinic Judaism throughout South Florida and a frequent contributor of opinion pieces to the South Florida Jewish Journal.
In 2008 Rabbi Simon received an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree in recognition of his years of service to the Jewish community.
Rabbi Simon is married to Andrea and they have two children, Samantha and Jason.
To contact Rabbi Simon click here: RabbiMSimon@gmail.com
To purchase Rabbi Michael C. Simon’s book — “The Blue and White Road – A Path to a Fulfilling Jewish Life” — which was released December 2012, just click on the title.
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