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Rabbi Cohen to study at Jewish spirituality institute
January 8th, 2009
Rabbi David Cohen, spiritual leader of Congregation Sinai, this year will begin studying at the Rabbinic Leadership Program of the Institute for Jewish Spirituality.
This 18-month program consists of four five-day retreats, plus weekly study and practice. Cohen joins 37 other rabbis from the Conservative, Reconstructionist and Reform movements who were selected from “a large number of applicants,” according to a release.
The Institute for Jewish Spirituality describes itself as “a cross-denominational educational organization that strengthens, sustains and inspires mainstream rabbis, cantors, educators and lay leaders. Its work helps to inspire re-dedication to mission and stimulate innovative thinking.”