Rabbi J.P. Katz, Executive Director
Here at Jewish PULSE of Boston, we treat you as the unique individual who you are. Prior knowledge or background not required. We have no prerequisites and we pride ourselves on relating Judaism to everyone on their terms which is why we have so many different programs spanning the spectrum of Jewish life.
You can find us leading a a bus of wild college students on a free Taglit-Birthright Israel trip to Israel or in an executive learning session with Harvard PhD candidates and Fortune 500 executives.
We love guests for Friday night dinners and have a passion for celebrating Shabbat with friends old and new. Whether you’ve been around or are a first-timer…give us a try – we’re just a little bit different.
Hit me up for a coffee or your beverage of choice: firstname.lastname@example.org or call me 617-849-8483 x104.
Rabbi Mati Miller
Rabbi Miller is probably one of the most laid back Rabbi’s you’ll meet. He brings more than a decade of intensive study in Israel under the outstanding tutelage of Torah luminaries such as Rav Tzvi Kushelevsky, shlita and Rav Yitzchak Berkowitz, shlita. Rabbi Miller is an avid musician and enjoys chilling out with Jews from all backgrounds.
Rabbi Miller and his wife Chaya Esther (Burnham) and their precious children live in Malden and love hosting guests for Shabbos. Rabbi Miller teaches throughout Greater Boston so hit him up for a coffee or beverage of your choice: email@example.com.
Mrs. Chaya Esther Miller
Mrs. Miller is more than your average rebbetzin. In addition to learning a wide variety of topics with women and raising three wonderful children, she is a JPULSE Singles Coordinator. Mrs. Miller is crucial to planning single events and serving as a matchmaker for those who express serious interest in dating for marriage.
Mrs. Miller received certification from JME (Jewish Marriage Education) with world renown Rabbi and Mrs. Abrimov as well as attending numerous courses at the Jerusalem Kollel in Jerusalem under the auspices of HaRav Yitzchak Berkowitz, shlita.
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Rabbi Dr. Yitzchak Greenblatt
Rabbi Dr. Yitzchak Greenblatt, Ph.D, was born in Cape Town, South Africa, and spent most of his adult life in the U.K. He represented England Under 18 and the University of Cambridge at rugby and earned his Ph.D. from Cambridge in Linguistics. After teaching at Cambridge, he received his rabbinic ordination from Rabbi Zalman Nechemia Goldberg, shlita (member of the Supreme Rabbinical Court in Jerusalem), joined Ohr Somayach’s Tannenbaum College, where he lectured on various topics and played a key role coordinating and leading Jewish identity trips in Israel for university students and young Jewish professionals. Rabbi Dr. Greenblatt also writes a regular column for the various websites and periodicals. While in Israel, he spent his free time employed as a research consultant in the Department of Hebrew Culture at Tel Aviv University.
You can reach Rabbi Dr. Greenblatt at email@example.com.
Rabbi Peretz Goldstein
After receiving a private school education in one of the finest schools in England, Peretz, born and raised in Greater London, followed his passion for art and design as he travelled on a photographic tour of Europe and South-East Asia, before working at Bloomberg LLP.
Among his other adventures, a trip to Israel with an exposure to authentic and relevant Jewish Wisdom led to a shift in his life-path. Having spent some 10 years studying in Israel and after receiving Rabbinic Ordination received from the Jerusalem Kollel, one of the most prestigious educational institutions of its kind, Rabbi Peretz, his wife Sorele and their four lively children are excited to join the dynamic team at JPULSE, where they look forward to sharing the beauty and wisdom that our rich Judaic Heritage has to offer.
You can reach Rabbi Goldstein at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Join our team
Would you like to get involved? We are always looking for interns who aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty. For more information email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. or call 617-849-8483.
Let’s meet up
Alternatively, if you’d prefer, we can meet up at your local campus, office, or coffee shop. Email us or call 617-849-8483.