Spiritual Leaders

Rabbi Randy Kafka is an active member of the Sharon Interfaith Clergy Association, a co-founder of Sharon Interfaith Action, and a board member of Brockton Interfaith Community. She was ordained by the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College in 2008, and earned a doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Harvard University in 1989. She lives in Stoughton with her husband Alan, who is a professor of geophysics at Boston College. Their son Jacob is an animator in Brooklyn NY.  Rabbi Kafka received the  prestigious Boston Grinspoon Award for Excellence in Jewish Education in 2016.

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Books by Rabbi Kafka:

A Time for Everything: More Reflections On What Really Matters

So May It Be: Reflections On What Really Matters

Bloom Where You Are Planted: A Spiritual Guide to Putting Down Roots

Check out her blog: rkafka.blogspot.com

Rabbi Kafka’s 2014 reflections on her visit to Rwanda: https://vimeo.com/99781886

DavidB2David Blocker has been the Cantorial Soloist and Director of Education since 2005. David says: “Working at Kol Tikvah is the best job I can imagine. I get to sing and pray, to think creatively, to teach marvelous and charming children and adults, and to work with a wonderful rabbi, staff and lay leaders.” In his spare time, he is a proud and active grandfather and delights in spending time with family and friends.
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Rabbis Emeriti:  Rabbi H. Bruce Ehrmann z”l, Rabbi Daniel Lee Kaplan z”l, Rabbi Richard Messing

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