Rabbi Ben Greenberg
Rabbi Ben Greenberg is the Senior Rabbi of BMH-BJ Congregation. Previously, Rabbi Greenberg served as the Orthodox Jewish Chaplain of Harvard University and the Orthodox Rabbi of Harvard Hillel. He served on the Executive Committee of the Harvard Chaplains and was the Vice President for Chaplain Programming. Rabbi Greenberg has served synagogues in Teaneck, New Jersey and Riverdale, New York. He has held fellowships with organizations such as The HealthCare Chaplaincy, The Jewish Council on Urban Affairs and CLAL: The National Center for Jewish Learning and Leadership. He also completed a 400-hour rotation in hospital chaplaincy at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Medical Center in Manhattan working in the neurological critical care unit. Rabbi Greenberg is the author of two books, Covenantal Promise and Destiny: Wisdom for Life (Lulu, 2010) and Twitter Torah (Lulu, 2009) as well as popular media and scholarly articles for online and print publications and maintains a regular blog at MileHighTorah.com.
Articles by Rabbi Ben Greenberg
Living Inclusion: Why our Orthodox Synagogue Hosted an LGBT Training Institute
Judaism is the great religion of welcome. The root of our faith is modeled on the actions of our forefathers ...