Rabbi Frederick Eisenberg


When I came to Cleveland more than 35 years ago, I was welcomed by a field mouse in my synagogue study. We named him Shimon the Shul Mouse. Shimon has since taken up residence in my shofar and has been helping me prepare my sermons and stories.

Rabbi Frederick A. Eisenberg, founding rabbi emeritus
Temple Israel Ner Tamid (Reform)


Rabbi Frederick  Eisenberg (r) and his son
Rabbi Matthew Eisenberg (l) are one of the
nation's few father-son rabbi teams.

Images copyright Herbert Ascherman 2008


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