Meet our Rabbi Candidate

Rabbi Mitchell Levine, March 12th - 14th

Friday Evening Kabbalat Shabbat: 6pm          Join here
Saturday Morning Services: 10am                   Join here
Saturday Afternoon Study Session: 2pm        Study materials here           Join here
Sunday Afternoon Study Session: 1pm          Study materials here            Join here

Rabbi Mitchell Levine most recently served as Senior Rabbi of Congregation Agudas Achim (Conservative) in Bexley, OH, and is currently the congregation’s Educator in Residence, working with adults and children. He previously headed the Jewish Community Day School of Columbus. Prior to his tenure in Ohio, Rabbi Levine was rabbi at Congregation Beth Sholom in Providence, RI, where he also served as a rabbinic associate at Brown University Hillel and taught at the Providence Hebrew Day School and New England Academy of Torah High School. His rabbinic ordination is from the Chief Rabbinate of the State of Israel and from Rabbis Shlomo Riskin and Chaim Brovender. He has also studied at the Pardes Institute and the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, and was a Fellow at the Day School Leadership Training Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Rabbi Levine grew up in Raleigh, NC and currently resides in Columbus, OH. He states: “As a rabbi and educator, I have an established track record of serving unaffiliated Jewish institutions like CBI. I prioritize community engagement through a strategy of building relationships and designing stimulating educational experiences.”