Rabbi Fred Greene
Rabbi Fred Greene is respected for his insight and passions as a community partner, and has worked with different agencies to promote social justice and the protection of civil rights, and address addiction, food insecurity and homelessness. He is a gifted teacher of all ages, and has been a strong advocate for youth engagement and Jewish summer camp experiences.
Rabbi Greene comes to Har HaShem from Temple Beth Tikvah in Roswell, Georgia, where he served for nine years. His background has a wide range of experiences, including serving as the Associate Rabbi of Congregation B’nai Israel of Bridgeport, Connecticut, working for organizations such as the New Israel Fund, and working in different departments of the Union for Reform Judaism focusing on adult education, membership engagement, and outreach to those who feel vulnerable in the Jewish community. He was ordained from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, in 2001, and remains an active member of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Along with his wife, Deborah, Rabbi Greene is the proud father of daughters Yael, Leora, and Noa.
Rabbi Emeritus - Rabbi Deborah Bronstein
Rabbi Deborah Ruth Bronstein is known nationally for her passion for causes
of justice and compassion, for example, homelessness and the
environment. Rabbi Bronstein
thinks of herself above all as a pastoral rabbi, devoting great
personal attention to the ill, the mourner, the individual person in
conflict or need. In this respect she likes to call Har HaShem the
“home of hope.”