The CCAR is grateful to colleagues and friends for their generous donations in underwriting parts of our Convention program.
Celebrating 50 Years in the Rabbinate
Thomas Alpert and Eileen Hagerty
Martin Beifield Jr. and Jesse Gallop
Peter Berg, Loren Filson Lapidus, David Spinrad, Steven Rau
Hillel and Rita Cohn
Stephen J. Einstein
Daniel Feder and Rebekah Stern
Jennifer Jaech and David Sperling
Stephen and Michele Kahn, in honor of Martin and Karen Weiner and Raymond and Rikki Zwerin, we continue to be blessed by the gifts of heart, mind, and spirit you have so generously shared with us throughout the years.
Paul Kipnes and Julia Weisz
Norman and Naomi Patz
Mark Dov Shapiro
Temple Sholom, Scotch Plains, NJ, in memory of Michael Abraham, originally a member of the class of 1964 and in honor of his classmates.
Gregory Wolfe, in honor of Marty Weiner.
Symposium on Rabbinic Leadership
Honoring Rabbi David Ellenson
In honor of our classmate David Ellenson by the HUC-JIR Class of ’77:
Norman M. Cohen
Mark Dov Shapiro
The Clergy of Temple Israel, Boston, MA
Roy B. Einhorn
Elaine S. Zecher
Jeremy S. Morrison
Matthew V. Soffer
Uri D. and Myna Herscher
Amy Perlin and Jillian Cameron
Temple Emanu-El, New York, NY
With profound gratitude, the CCAR acknowledges The Crown Family for its generous sponsorship of the Symposium on Rabbinic Leadership Honoring Rabbi David Ellenson.
The Impact and Influence of Religion and Religious Ideas on American Society
featuring Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, Bishop Elizabeth Eaton, and Rabbi Asher Lopatin
The Jacob Rader Memorial Lecture
The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives
Beth Emet Synagogue, Evanston, IL
Steven S. Mason, Lisa Greene, Wendi Geffen
The Clergy Team of Temple Emanu-El, Dallas, TX
The Common Good with Jim Wallis
Rabbi Balfour Brickner Rabbinic Training Program of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
Professional Development Study Sessions and Workshops
David I. Jacobson, Chicago Jewish Funerals
The Child and the Halakhah
The Freehof Institute of Progressive Halakhah
Hebrew & Israel Programming
James A. Gibson, in honor of Rabbis Levi Weiman-Kelman and Ezra Ende of Kehilat Kol HaNeshama, Jerusalem.
Edwin Goldberg and Temple Sholom of Chicago, IL
Temple Jeremiah, Northfield, IL
Washington Hebrew Congregation, Washington, DC
M. Bruce Lustig
Michael A. Weinberg
Coaching with an Expert
Marci N. Bellows
Sandra M. Bellush
Marc E. Berkson and Jessica K. Barolsky, in honor of our teacher, David Ellenson.
Denise L. Eger
David J. Meyer
Susie Heneson Moskowitz
Assist Colleagues in Need
Lucy H.F. Dinner, in honor of Denise Eger’s service to the CCAR
Dan Levin, Jessica Brockman, and Greg Weisman
Scott Weiner and Beth Nichols
Women’s Rabbinic Network
We are very grateful to the Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago for its generous support of an evening of entertainment with The Second City Touring Company.
Reception and Meal Sponsorships
Opening Night Reception
Ayelet Tours, Ltd.
Honoring Chicago Area Retired Rabbis
Chicago Association of Reform Rabbis
Reception Honoring Rabbis Organizing Rabbis
and other supporters
Tuesday Breakfast, Shacharit, and Program
Engaging with Israel
The iCenter for Israel Education
ARZA, The Reform Jewish Fund
Donors and Convention Sponsors Reception
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
A Taste of Sweetness: CCAR Session and Dessert
ARZA World/Da’at Educational Expeditions
The Rabbis of Congregation Emanu-El, San Francisco, CA
Debbie and David Bravo, in support of the First-Timer’s Reception.
Morley Feinstein, in support of Patty Gerstenblith’s presentation.
Bob Loewy, in honor of the Convention Program Committee.
Ron Segal, in honor of my classmates celebrating our 18th year since ordination.
Brian and Mimi Zimmerman, in honor of Rabbi Asher Lopatin.
Convention Travel Assistance
Sue L. Elwell
Linda Henry Goodman
Eric J. Lazar
Stacy Karen Offner
Mark Dov Shapiro
Judith L. Siegal
Elizabeth Jarecky Singer
Michael A. White
We thank our CCAR members and devoted friends who help sustain and advance our work, which enriches and strengthens the Reform Rabbinate and Jewish community to ensure a vibrant Jewish life today and for future generations.
* Information current as of March 14, 2014