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Rabbi Ilan Feldman

Rabbi Ilan D. Feldman began his service to Beth Jacob as its Assistant Rabbi in 1980, and became its senior rabbi in 1991. Having had the unique privilege of serving in the community in which he was raised, and succeeding his father, Rabbi Emanuel Feldman, who held this position for 39 years, Rabbi Ilan’s leadership provides a level of continuity and stability which typifies our shul.

Rabbi Feldman has played a key role in the development of our community’s infrastructure. He is a founder of Torah Day School of Atlanta and serves as its Rabbinic Advisor. He was instrumental in bringing the Atlanta Scholars Kollel to Atlanta; and he serves as the Dean of the Atlanta Kashruth Commission.

Rabbi Feldman was ordained at Ner Israel Rabbinical College and is a disciple of his father in-law, and Ner Israel’s Dean, Rabbi Shmuel Yaakov Weinberg, OBM. He has a degree in Counseling Psychology from Loyola University, and is known for his skills as a counselor, combining religious guidance with practical stratagems to guide young and old.



"This program will change your life and show you that you can actually make commitments that you think you cannot make. It will also add years to your life because you will be healthy, and if you don't, you will indeed have less time on this earth to do your avodas hakodesh. Whatever you think is available out of participating in this program is actually less than what you and your community will get"

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