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.
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
David 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.
Rabbis Emeriti: Rabbi H. Bruce Ehrmann z”l, Rabbi Daniel Lee Kaplan z”l, Rabbi Richard Messing