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Searching for a good Rabbi?

This is for all of the Jews out there. It is also for all of those who may not be Jews but adhere to Jewish values. For more than a decade, Rabbi Yitzhak Miller (who prefers Rabbi Yitzi) has served as a Rabbi and Director of Education to several congregations (Riverside, Gilroy, Los Gatos, Yuba City and Lancaster, Calif.) This former international businessman decided that his calling was to be a Rabbi, to transcend a materialistic life and reach for the sacred, to serve God, and to create spiritual and emotional bonds among the Jewish people and the people of the world. Known for his warm spirit, deep passion, and commitment to Jewish and personal growth, Rabbi Yitzi brings these values to every interaction and every relationship.

Rabbi Yitzi has created something called The Synagogue of the Greater Whole which tries to provide Jewish services and education to those who seek it, but who are not connected to a physical synagogue. The project also provides services to existing physical synagogues and Rabbis who wish to supplement their programs.

The Synagogue of the Greater Whole serves four primary groups. Those groups are Jews and those interested in a connection to Judaism, Lifecycle services. Lifecycle services such as Bar Mitzvah & Bat Mitzvah, Weddings, Bris & Baby Naming, Spiritual Counseling, Torah Study and Etc. The next group is People exploring the Jewish conversion process. The third group is Small congregations who may be served by a student or part-time Rabbi who--with full support of their student rabbi or part-time Rabbi--wish to supplement their programmatic offerings. The final group is full-service congregations who--with full support of their Rabbi--wish to supplement the programs they offer, but cannot afford additional dedicated staff/clergy to provide these additional programs. One of the best things about Rabbi Yitzi is that All services offered by him directly are available either for free or at greatly reduced rates to members of the Synagogue of the Greater Whole.


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